Cape Town - Juventus striker Paulo Dybala would accept a transfer to Manchester United if the Premier League club makes an offer, according to reports.
The Daily Mail reported on Tuesday that 'Juventus are willing to sell Paulo Dybala to Manchester United providing their demands are met.'
Apparently, those demands involve a fee in the wonderfully vague region of £70-90million. And the story goes that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will make a move should United sell Romelu Lukaku and/or Paul Pogba.
United would have competition, though, with PSG and Inter both keen on Dybala but the Argentina star would prefer to avoid joining Juve's Serie A rivals.
And now Italian newspaper Tuttosport (via the Daily Express) claims that Dybala 'would not reject' United if they made an offer to sign him.
Dybala is apparently concerned at the amount of playing time he will receive under new Old Lady boss Maurizio Sarri.
The report adds that a move to United could open up the possibility of Pogba moving in the opposite direction.