It looks like Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to bring his beloved Manchester United back from the ground in no time, as he's bound to make a huge splash in this upcoming transfer window in order to bring, at least, 3 new faces to Old Trafford.
That's why the Red Devils are going to try and sign one of Juventus strikers to replace want-away Romelu Lukaku, considering he's likely going to head out the door this summer with some strong interest from Italian side Internazionale.
According to Calciomercato, Solskjaer is quite fond of Paulo Dybala and with him not being a part of Massimiliano Allegri's plans, La Vecchia Signora won't try to hold on to him if he wants to leave in the summer. However, the team will let him go for no less than €100 million, even though he's vastly underperformed this season.
Dybala hasn't been able to get consistent playing time all year long and Cristiano Ronaldo's presence has made him quite expendable even despite his youth and undeniable talent.
The Argentinean has been followed by clubs of the likes of Barcelona and Real Madrid, but it looks like the Red Devils and Bayern Munchen are the current frontrunners to sign him in the summer.
Solskjaer could use Dybala to replace Alexis Sanchez, who's been one of the biggest busts in the history of the club after completing a shocking move away from Arsenal. Bayern, on the other hand, needs to find a guy that can play inside or near the flanks, with Robben and Ribery bound to put an end to their great tenure with the Bavarians.
The striker has only been able to score five goals to go along with four assists throughout the season, and a change of environment is due for him if he wants to take a step forward on his career.