Will stunning Manchester United swap deal get done after Italian legend has his say on potential transfer deal

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Ex-England manager Fabio Capello has advised his former club Juventus not to swap Paulo Dybala for Manchester United star Paul Pogba.

Pogba is usually in the headlines for all the wrong reasons, and is constantly being linked with a move away, especially as he usually looks like a player that is not happy at his current club.

Pogba has been linked with a return to Juve, who are keen to have the star midfielder back but would prefer a swap deal rather than paying for his full asking price even though it is said to have been lowered to £50million.

Thus, Dybala’s name has been dropped in order to sweeten the deal, especially as Juventus know that United are massive fans of the Argentine superstar and would like to add him to their squad.

However, Capello insists the talented forward will return to his best and blamed the coronavirus crisis for his dip in form, The legendary manager told Gazzetta dello Sport: “I said I wouldn’t swap Dybala to get Pogba.

“Covid is the explanation. Especially for a player like Dybala, who needs to dribble [past] a man.”

It will be very interesting to see just how this all plays out in the coming weeks as all indications suggest that this will be the last season for Pogba at United, so if there is a chance to get Dybala on a swap deal at the end of the season, it would be a very good move by United to make.

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