Manchester United have been handed a massive transfer blow IN THEIR CHASE FOR Argentine super star Paulo Dybala after Juventus Chief Executive Guiseppe Marotta insisted that the striker is not for sale, as per the Manchester Evening News.
The Red Devils have been struggling to score this season, with the total goal scored in 17 Premier league matches standing as low as 22 goals, with the leading scorer for the Red Devils being Juan Mata and Martial (4 goals).
United are looking to add another striker to their ranks; with skipper Wayne Rooney struggling with poor form and Injuries while summer signing Anthony Martial is being heavily relied on for the goal, making opposition defenders to pay close attention to the young Frenchman.
United sold Dutch striker, Robin Van Persie to Turkish side Fenerbahce in the summer, while on-loan striker Radamal Falcao’s deal was not made permanent and Mexican striker Javier Hernandez was sold to Bayer Leverkusen on the last day of the transfer window.
James Wilson has gone on loan to Championship side, Brighton and Hoves; leaving Martial and Rooney as the two recognised striker.
United are considering bringing Dybala to Old Trafford but that hope seem to have been dashed after Juventus chief insisted that the player is not for sale.Follow Football News Arena on Facebook and Twitter for the latest transfer news, injury news, team news and rumours from across the major Leagues in Europe and around the World.