MANCHESTER UNITED are plotting an implausible £155million swoop for Juventus star Paulo Dybala, according to reports.
The Argentina internationalnetted twice in a man-of-the-match display to help his side produce Torino 4-0 yesterday.
And the Sunday Mirror claims Old Trafford chiefs are scheming to rival Barcelona for the in-form hitman next summer.
Juventus insists Dybala, 23, does not have a recover proviso in his agreement and any price would obscure Paul Pogba’s then world-record switch.
But Old Lady supremo Giuseppe Marotta admits he will not mount in the talisman’s way if he wants to leave.
Dybala has scored 12 goals in eight matches for Juve this deteriorate as he continues his arise towards chosen level.
And former team-mate Pogba, 24, urged United bosses to mangle out their chequebooks – insisting he is not astounded at all by the striker’s form.
He said: “I call Dybala ‘Square R2’. That’s the multiple you press on PlayStation to do a spin and shot. He always scores like that.
“Has he astounded me? No, since we always pronounced he was a phenomenon. To do what he has done, personification for Juve, is something phenomenal.”
Dybala non-stop the scoring for Juve last night as they available a seventh unbroken home joining win against their Turin rivals.
Miralem Pjanic combined a excellent second to put Juve in sum control at half-time after Torino defender Daniele Baselli had been sent off.
Chelsea target Alex Sandro combined Juve’s third with a bullet header just before the hour-mark before Dybala capped off the night with a late fourth.