MANCHESTER UNITED could reportedly battle it out with Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala at the end of the season.
The Argentina international is among the world’s most promising attacking prospects and has been hotly-tipped to move on in the summer.
United has been touted as a potential destination with Jose Mourinho keen to take the goalscoring burden off Romelu Lukau’s shoulders.
PSG meanwhile are said to be in the running for Dybala too with his older brother recently spotted in Paris.
Barcelona have spent the money they received for Neymar on Ousmane Dembele and Philippe Coutinho but may look to replace Luis Suarez in the not too distant future.
The latest reports coming out of Italy suggest Juventus could be receptive to a summer sale.
According to Tutto Mercato Web, the Serie A giants are furious about the PSG speculation following Dybala’s brother’s trip.
And that means he might be allowed to swap the Allianz Stadium for the Parc des Princes at the end of the campaign.
Juventus are well aware that Dybala’s value will rise if he impresses for Argentina at the World Cup though.
And Tutto Mercato Web reckon Juventus could auction him off to the highest bidder from United, PSG and Barcelona.
Dybala is likely to cost north of £100m in today’s market given Dembele and Coutinho’s fees.
And that means only a cluster of clubs will be in the running for him should Juventus’ fury mean they sell.