Manchester United is keen to bring Paulo Dybala to Old Trafford in a swap deal that will see Lukaku go the opposite way.

Thewistle gathered that a bid for Dybala was made this week as Lukaku remains unsettled with Manchester United and Juventus new boss Sarri is in need of a backup striker for Ronaldo.

Juventus vice president Pavel Nedved confirm proposal and interest from European clubs in recent interview -Dybala struggled last season which makes his future with the club uncertain.

Manchester United is without Champions League football next season which will be a concern to a player like Paulo Dybala calibre looking at his present club.

However, Dybala final decision is unclear as both teams have agreed in a swap deal for the Argentine which will see Lukaku finally join Sarri at Juventus.

Recent report also indicates that Dybala asking price of €350k per week needs to be met before a deal can be sealed.

Paulo Dybala started his career with Instituto AC in 2011/12 before moving to US Palermo in 2012/13 for €11million. Juventus signed Dybala in 2015/16 for €40m from US Palermo. Dybala current market value is €85m presently with Juventus.

The 25 years old Juventus attacking midfielder can play from the centre, right and forward area of the field which gives room for much movement from him to attack – after playing for 5 seasons in Juventus, Dybala scored 80 goals in 191 matches appeared for the club which he scored 14 goals last season, it was gathered that the arrival of Ronaldo to Juventus bring about the Inconsistent role of the young Argentine player.

Paulo Dybala shots an average of 0.27 goals per game in club competitions from previous stats.

But last season his average was 0.51 goals per game. Paulo Dybala naturally is – a striker who can roam about in the final third and shot or cut in from the right flank to deliver a quality assist from the left which we have seen him also score so many times – Dybala playing as the centre, left or right role makes him unpredictable as he has room to create with a notch of dribble here and there to split up defence for a final pass. His quick touch and pace on the ball is noticeable and always a game changer when introduced into a match.

We wait to see the outcome if he will stay or leave even though his game time remains a concern for the coming season.

In spite of all the rumours – Dybala still remain a Juventus player till a deal is sealed this transfer window.