Manchester United may be desperate to improve their attacking options in the upcoming summer transfer window, following the failure of Portuguese forward Christiano Ronaldo and the possible exit of Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani.
In the Daily Express, it is said that Manchester United have been in talks with Juventus forward Paulo Dybala's agent about a possible move to the Premier League after reports that the forward will leave Serie A as a free agent in the summer.
Erik Ten Hag is said to be behind the deal because he thinks the 27-year-old is a great player who can help him improve his strikers. As a result, he has referred his name to Manchester United officials.
They still want to sign Enzo Fernandez, but they also want Monaco's star Aurelien Tchouameni, who they are also interested in.
Last but not least, the team led by Ralf Rangnick will be looking for a win when they play bottom-placed Norwich City in the Premier League match.
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