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Patrice Evra Says He'd Sign Paulo Dybala For Manchester United

Dan Marland

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Patrice Evra Says He'd Sign Paulo Dybala For Manchester United

Manchester United legend Patrice Evra has posted on Instagram pleading with the United board to 'let us help you guys' as well as claiming he'd sign Paulo Dybala.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side fell to a 2-0 defeat at the London Stadium which leaves them 8th in the table.

Andriy Yarmolenko's first half strike and Aaron Cresswell's free-kick five minutes from time condemned United to defeat.

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Image Credit: PA

United's misery was complete when it was confirmed Marcus Rashford suffered a groin injury just past the hour mark.

Following the game, Old Trafford legend Evra posted on Instagram stating it was time the United board 'let us help you guys.'

Evra also took to responding to a few comments, stating he would sign Juventus star Paulo Dybala if he was involved with transfers.

Interestingly, the Argentine attacker liked the original post from Evra which some United fans picked up on.

Dybala was reportedly close to moving to England over the summer in a proposed swap deal with Romelu Lukaku.

A deal never materialised and Dybala ended up staying in Turin.

'The Red Devils' were in need of attacking reinforcement in the summer and failing to get Dybala irked many fans.

United ended up selling Lukaku to Inter Milan and he seems to be enjoying Italy, scoring in his first Milan derby yesterday.

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Image Credit: PA

Alexis Sanchez also joined Inter last month on loan.

United find themselves short up front now due to Rashford's injury.

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Image Credit: PA

Anthony Martial has been missing since before the international break due to injury and teenage sensation Mason Greenwood is currently battling tonsillitis.

Solskjaer's side have not kept a clean sheet away from home in 11 games now, the longest run for United since 2002.

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Image Credit: PA

Their next game is at home to Arsenal with boss Unai Emery also under pressure.

Elsewhere at the London Stadium, United fans found humour in Ed Woodward seemingly telling Phil Jones to 'shut up'.

United defender Jones was in the stands watching alongside Lee Grant at the London Stadium, sat behind United's executive vice chairman Woodward.

And when the camera panned to Woodward with West Ham 1-0 up, he appeared to not take too kindly to what Jones was saying and told him to be quiet.

There's never a dull day when Manchester United are involved.

Topics: Dybala, Manchester United, Man U, Patrice Evra, Man utd, Premier League, Paulo Dybala, West Ham United, Evra, West Ham

Dan Marland
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