Italian senator Antonio Razzi has a bizarre plan to solve world peace… by taking Argentina star Paulo Dybala to North Korea.
Razzi revealed to SunSport this month how nuclear tyrant Kim Jong-Un is a huge football and Manchester United fan.
And he has a new plan to stop the North Korean leader in his tracks from firing anymore missiles.
Speaking to Italian radio station Radio Cusano Campus, he said: “I want to bring Paulo Dybala to North Korea, and I’m also trying with [music group] II Volo.
“I know that Kim Jong-Un is very passionate about sports and music, that’s why I’m trying to get the Juventus superstar involved.
“If I take Dybala there, there will be 200,000 people in the stadium and they’d have to put up big screens too. It would be a national party.”
Dybala, 23, has risen to stardom following the impact he has made for the Old Lady since his move from Palermo in 2015.
He netted his second hat-trick of the season last weekend to take his goalscoring tally to eight in just three starts.
Razzi has already admitted that he has a close friendship with dictator Kim.
The eccentric Italian senator also revealed how Kim believes the Premier League will soon be awash by North Korean talent.
Wonderkid Han Jwang-song has been tipped to become the first of many players to come out of the secretive state and shine on the world stage.