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Twitter Thread Spotlights ‘Problems’ Manchester United Would Face With Paulo Dybala

Adnan Riaz

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Twitter Thread Spotlights ‘Problems’ Manchester United Would Face With Paulo Dybala

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A Norwegian sports reporter has created a comprehensive thread highlighting the problems Manchester United would endure with Paulo Dybala.

The Red Devils are aiming for a deal that would see the Juventus star, 25, arrive at Old Trafford and Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku, 26, head in the opposite direction.

But Jonas Giaever has put forward a compelling argument that Dybala would be a problematic addition for United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

He tweeted: "Man Utd signing Paulo Dybala, while letting go of Romelu Lukaku, seems a bit like putting another coat of paint on a car that's lacking an engine (to steal a Zinedine Zidane quote).

"I definitely like the potential it carries, but exactly where is he to play in this Man Utd side?"

Giaever has created a Twitter thread spotlighting the issues it would cause to United's formation should they try to integrate the Argentina international into the starting XI.

Dybala returned to Juventus for training on Thursday and had a meeting with club boss Maurizio Sarri over his future.

But reports in Italy suggest that Inter Milan could be ready to scupper United's move for Dybala with a swap deal to Juventus involving Mauro Icardi.

Should Dybala move to United this summer?

Let us know in the comments.

Topics: Football News, Football, Manchester United, Serie A, red devils, Premier League, Paulo Dybala, old lady, Juventus, Twitter

Adnan Riaz
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