Transfer News And rumours: Juventus To Offer Dybala For Man Utd’s Pogba

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The Old Lady feel they can secure their former star by offloading the Argentine

Juventus will offer Paulo Dybala to Manchester United in exchange for Paul Pogba in January as they attempt to reduce their financial outlay for the French World Cup winner.

According to Tuttosport, Juve were aware in advance of the comments made by Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola and want to secure the player without paying a transfer fee.

Dybala, who was linked with a move to United in the summer, has struggled for consistency at Juve this season because of injury.

Juventus director Paratici: We love Pogba very much

Juventus director Fabio Paratici weighed in on the just-beginning Paul Pogba transfer saga, admitting “we love him very much” in the aftermath of Mino Raiola’s bombshell claims on Monday.

‘Man Utd outcast offered Premier League lifeline’

Newcastle United and West Ham want to sign Phil Jones from Manchester United in January, according to Eurosport.

Jones, 28, has a contract at Old Trafford until 2023 but appears to have no future in the first team, having been left out of their Premier League squad this season.

As a result he could allowed to depart next month, with both Newcastle and West Ham seeking defensive enforcements.

Man Utd alerted by Camavinga exit wish

Manchester United are on alert after Rennes wonderkid Eduardo Camavinga declared he wants to leave the Ligue 1 club.

The 18-year-old midfielder is ready to move on from France, with the Red Devils and Real Madrid both circling for his signature, reports Mundo Deportivo via The Sun.

Real Madrid won’t pay ‘Hazard money’ for Pogba

Real Madrid will not pay big money for Manchester United outcast Paul Pogba like they did for Eden Hazard, reports The Mirror.

The La Liga champions are keen on signing the French World Cup winner but cannot afford a large fee, like they paid for Chelsea star Hazard, because of the financial bite from the coronavirus pandemic.

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