Serie A champions Juventus are willing to sell Paulo Dybala to Manchester United this summer provided their demands are met.
According to Daily Mail, the Italian side value the forward somewhere between £70m-£90m and will not be drawn to the negotiating table unless they receive an offer in that range.
Apart from Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus reportedly do not believe any player in their squad is indispensable.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is reportedly a big admirer of the Argentine international and Daily Mail claim the Norwegian will push to sign Dybala this summer should Romelu Lukaku or Paul Pogba leave the club this summer.
Solskjaer reportedly believes Dybala has the attacking spark to unlock opponents’ defences and would be open to playing him in a playmaker or secondary striker role.
Manchester United aren’t the only club interested in Dybala as French champions Paris Saint-Germain and Italian side Inter Milan are also reportedly considering moves for the Argentine.
Despite Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri contemplating transforming Dybala into an out-and-out goalscorer, similar to what he achieved with Dries Mertens at Napoli, he reportedly won’t be against Juventus selling the Argentine international as Juventus will likely reinvest the proceeds from the sale.