MANCHESTER UNITED have been a handed a major boost in their quest to snare Paulo Dybala away from Juventus in the summer.
The 25-year-old has been linked with an £85million switch to link up with the Red Devils having grown frustrated in Turin.
EPA1 Juventus ace Paulo Dybala will reportedly leave the club in the summer with Manchester United linked
But the Argentinian international revealed he isn't a fan of the English weather following a recent trip to London.
Dybala has suffered a dip in form since Cristiano Ronaldo arrived at the club, with the player netting just five times in Serie A this season compared to 22 last campaign.
And it has been claimed that Massimiliano Allegri is ready to offload the ex-Palermo ace to make room for Benfica starlet Joao Felix.
According to Dybala's brother and agent Gustavo, the four-time Serie A winner wants to leave the Old Lady – putting United on red alert.
Speaking to Futbolemico, he said: "There is a big chance that Paulo will leave Turin, he needs a change.
"He was very comfortable in Italy but he isn't any more – like many other Juventus players.
"He is not the only one who will leave."
While he was also quick to shut down rumours that Dybala has a poor relationship with Ronaldo.
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He added: "Problem with Ronaldo? No, off the field there is no problem with Cristiano.
"The problems are on the field: Paulo is young, he has to play. Cristiano is a great person and he never had problems with him.
"They have a good rapport. There were a few misunderstandings tactically, as let’s not forget they have similar positions."