Mourinho wants Paulo Dybala in exchange for Paul Pogba?

Man United  manager Jose Mourinho has reportedly made it clear that he will only consider offloading Paul Pogba to Juventus if Paulo Dybala is offered in exchanged.

The Red Devils are understood to have rejected interest from Juve and Spanish champions Barcelona for their midfield star during the summer transfer window.

Mourinho has so far been reluctant to cash in on the French World Cup winner, despite his inconsistent displays in a United top, but Calciomercato suggests that he would be prepared to part company if his conditions are met.

Juve would have to agree to sell highly-rated attacker Dybala, who is rumoured to be valued at around 110m pounds - more than the amount United would want for Pogba.

Dybala, also linked with Real Mardrid nd PSG, has slipped down the pecking order at Juve following Cristiano Ronaldo's arrival.

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