United joined the battle for Dybala

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The Red Devils are choosing goals for the summer transfer window.

Manchester United intend to compete with Real Madrid in the fight for Juventus’ striker Paulo Dybala, Corriere dello Sport said.

However, the Old Lady are not going to negotiate a full-fledged transfer of the football player, but can use him with the aim of exchanging for Los Blancos’ midfielder Isco.

This season, Dybala has taken part in 19 Serie A matches, in which he scored two goals and gave four assists.

However, Real Madrid are seriously thinking about buying Paulo Dybala.

The Royal Club’s priority is an option with exchanging Isco for Dybala. However, if the Turin club refuses such an idea, the Madrid side will be ready to offer €102 million for the 25-year-old Argentine.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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