Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici has casted a shadow of doubt on the club being able to offer petite forward Paolo Dybala a new deal at the club. Dybala has previously been linked with a move to Manchester United.
Dybala came close to joining Manchester United on a few occasions before the club decided to take a different route by signing Portuguese national team player Fernandes for an initial fee of £47m at the start of last year. Since his signing, Fernandes has grown to be the go-to man for Manchester United. He’s at the forefront of their quest to end a four-year wait for a major trophy by winning the Europa League this season.
The Red Devils are favourites to win the Europa League this season and they already have a foot in the semis after their first leg success against Granada. The Spanish team lost 2-0 at home to Manchester United in the first of their two quarterfinal games and the second leg is scheduled to take place at the Theatre of Dreams later this week. A semi-final tie with the winner of the Dinamo Zagreb/Villarreal last eight tie is on the horizon if the Red Devils can see off Granada.