Premier League giants Manchester United are reportedly eyeing a Juventus star who could cost them as much as £107 million (R2 billion).
According to Italian publication Calciomercato, United manager Jose Mourinho wants to sign Argentina international Paulo Dybala.
The Portuguese tactician has missed out on a number of attacking personnel during his stint as Red Devils manager, but is now eyeing a new target and is hoping chief executive Ed Woodward, who is charge of transfers, can get this deal over the line.
The 24-year-old joined the Bianconeri from Palermo in 2015, and has since become one of the hottest talents in world football.
It has been suggested that Mourinho is willing to spend £107 million (R2 billion) on the South American star, who has been linked with the likes of FC Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain in the past.
The frontman is also being closely watched by Spanish giants Real Madrid, and is apparently seen as an option for them should they fail to sign Neymar or Kylian Mbappe.
Dybala, who is yet to find the back of the net this season, has made 142 appearances for Juventus so far, scoring 68 goals and assisting a further 25 strikes.
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