Man Utd, Arsenal target Paulo Dybala makes exciting admission over Premier League role

Paulo Dybala, Juventus and Argentina attacker

Paulo Dybala has suggested he would be open to playing Premier League football following links to Manchester United and Arsenal.

After seven years with Juventus, Dybala will be leaving the Italian giants this summer as his contract comes to an end. The Argentinian striker managed 10 goals and five assists from 29 league matches in his final season for Juventus. Now, Dybala is preparing for life elsewhere after failing to agree on new terms with the club.

Speaking about his future, Dybala admitted he has a number of different options to consider.

He also said that while he enjoys life in Italy, he would like to get to know the different leagues across Europe.

Speaking to ESPN, he said: “I am quite calm, the people who work with are taking care.

“In Italy I am very comfortable. I would still like to know other leagues like Premier, Liga… but I’m happy in Italy.”

This latest update may interest Man Utd and Arsenal fans. Dybala has been linked with a number of different clubs across Europe, including these two.

A potential worry for fans of these sides may be his opinions on life in Italy.

Another club closely linked with a move for Dybala are Serie A outfit Inter Milan. If Dybala is settled in Italy, he may be inclined to stay in this division.

Paulo Dybala perfect fit for Man Utd

Paulo Dybala of Juventus

Man Utd will certainly be in the market for a striker this summer.

The imminent departure of Edinson Cavani means the Red Devils will need to recruit at least one forward in the transfer window.

While Dybala hasn’t lived up to the hype that once surrounded him, he is still an extremely talented player. It would also be interesting how he settled to life in the Premier League.

Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri also believes Dybala can reach his full potential if he focuses on himself, rather than comparisons.

Speaking to DAZN, he said: “I think he must re-discover his true self. There was a moment when he was dragged by the fact that he was considered the new Messi, but everyone must be himself,” he said.

“You can’t emulate the others. He has a lot to give to football, he has extraordinary technical qualities, he is so good, but he must focus on his physical and technical qualities.”

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