Unlike the winter window when they were unwilling to buy, this time around it seems the Red Devils are ready to break the bank to sign new players.
Manchester United so far have signed two players this summer; Daniel James (Winger) and Aaron Wan-Bissaka (defender).
But it looks as though the Red Devils are not yet satisfied and are now looking forward to signing a new striker, who would replace Romelu Lukaku, who has been linked with moves to Inter Milan, where he would reunite with Antonio Conte.
The Express reports that Man Utd have joined Paris Saint Germain in the race to sign Juventus striker, Paulo Dybala.
According to the report, Man Utd are ready to pay as high as £71 million demanded by Juve for Dybala.
No doubt, the Red Devils have the financial resources to meet the transfer fees, however, the problem lies with how to convince Dybala to leave Turin.
This is because the striker disclosed he is not ready to leave the Old Ladies despite the fact that the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo has reduced his playing chances.
The Argentina international is one of the best strikers in Europe: he can play anywhere in the attack and can score goals as well.
But even if Dybala decides to leave, the Red Devils will have to contend with PSG who are preparing for life after Neymar.