Euro Paper Talk: Man Utd told they can land world-class striker for ridiculous £10.6m price tag; Arsenal reignite interest in Bundesliga game changer

Manchester United have been informed that they could sign a high-quality Serie A striker for as little as £10.6million this summer, while Arsenal are ready to reignite their interest in a Bundesliga attacker – all in Friday’s European transfer gossip.


Manchester United have reportedly been told that they can sign a world-class striker for as little as £10.6million in the summer.

Red Devils boss Erik ten Hag is on the hunt for a new No.9 following Cristiano Ronaldo’s exit, while Wout Weghorst is only on loan from Burnley.

Juventus star Dusan Vlahovic has been continually linked with a switch to Old Trafford. However, it appears that another Serie A frontman could make the move, and for an absolute bargain price as well.

Paulo Dybala has long been tipped to move to the Premier League, with Tottenham major suitors in the past. But it now appears that United are leading the chase to snap up the Argentina international.

And it appears that the Roma forward could be signed for as little as €12m (£10.6m), according to Diario Sport in Spain.

Dybala only moved to Rome last summer on a free transfer, penning a three-year contract with the Giallorossi.

However, Sky Sport Italia revealed at that time that any club wanting to sign the 29-year-old in the future would have to pay  €20m (£17.6m).

That report has been challenged by Diario though, as they claim that the bigger figure is only relating to Italian clubs and not teams outside of Serie A wishing to land the striker.

Dybala back to his best at Roma

To that end, United could sign a proven international forward for an absolute snip, enabling Ten Hag to spend bigger of other areas of his team that he wants to improve.

Dybala has resurrected his stuttering career at Roma, notching 10 goals and adding seven assists in 20 appearances for Jose Mourinho’s men this season.

That said, there is a potential spanner in the works as Mourinho looks to keep one of his top stars.

The report adds that Giallorossi can block his exit, even if a club pay the sum. To do that they would activate clauses to raise his salary or extend his contract, which currently expires in June 2025.

Roma are also willing to sit down with Dybala’s entourage soon to rediscuss the terms of the agreement they reached last summer, hoping to cancel or at least modify the release clause included in their deal.


Arsenal could reignite their interest in winger Moussa Diaby again ahead of the summer window with his future at Bayer Leverkusen in doubt. (Bild)

Barcelona will pursue a deal for Bayern Munich right-back Benjamin Pavard in the summer. The 26-year-old has also been linked with Manchester United. (Mundo Deportivo)

Manchester United have submitted a €65m (£58m) bid for Real Madrid midfielder Fede Valverde. (Nacional)

Jude Bellingham has been put off from joining Chelsea, with the midfielder reportedly left unconvinced by the plan in place at Stamford Bridge. (Various)

Portugal forward Joao Felix says he is unsure if he will stay at Chelsea when his loan deal from Atletico Madrid runs out at the end of the season. (AS)

Juventus have opened preliminary talks with Sassuolo for midfielder Davide Frattesi. (La Gazzetta dello Sport)


Atletico Madrid are ready to rival Barcelona for the summer signing of Fiorentina midfielder Sofyan Amrabat. (Sport)

Former Tottenham and Paris Saint-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino has revealed that he is open to a return to Espanyol. (AS)

Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti could be set to replace Tite as Brazil head coach. (GeGlobo)

Jose Mourinho has personally asked Roma to closely follow Everton loanee Jarrad Branthwaite, who is standing out at PSV. (Football Italia)

Jordi Alba has confirmed that he ‘wants to stay at Barcelona and fulfill my contract until June 2024, it’s my priority’. (Fabrizio Romano)

Sampdoria have confirmed the signing of former Real Madrid and PSG striker Jese Rodriguez on a free transfer. (Football Italia)

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