Ex-Red Devil explains concerns over possible Man United free agent swoop.

Following speculations that he has opted to leave Juventus when his contract ends in the next few months, Paulo Dybala will be one of the most high-profile free agents on the market in the summer.

As previously reported by 90min, Manchester United is one team keeping tabs on Dybala's status and may make a move to sign him this summer.

Please see below for Fabrizio Romano's allegation earlier this week that the Argentina international would be departing Turin and prepared to begin talks with other teams for the upcoming season....

When it comes to Man United, Dybala's arrival would be intriguing, especially given the fact that they could do with some fresh attacking players after a season in which the likes of Ronaldo, Cavani, and Rashford have been somewhat unimpressive.

In contrast, former Red Devil Luke Chadwick has remarked that despite Dybala's outstanding natural ability, the player does not appear to be the best match for his previous club.

"Dybala has a tremendous talent, but I don't think he's ever been able to consistently perform for a complete season. Despite the fact that I believe he is capable of tremendous things, I do not believe his style of play is well suited to the Premier League," Chadwick said in an interview with CaughtOffside.

"Despite his incredible technical abilities, he isn't the physically strongest person on the planet." There is a lack of physicality and work ethic in Ralf Rangnick's team, which is likely what the new manager will be searching for.

"He doesn't appear to be the right fit for United, but he's another option to consider if he becomes available on a free transfer." Even if he has the ability to deliver magical moments and turn games in an instant, much of his success will be determined by whether or not the club is eligible to compete in the Champions League next season."


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