Manchester United and Arsenal are interested in former Juventus forward Paulo Dybala, according to reports.
The Argentine had been on Juve’s books since 2015, but has now departed for nothing following a breakdown in contract negotiations with the Turin-based outfit.
This has led to speculation over where Dybala will end up. One potential destination touted was Tottenham, who were linked with the forward several years ago and now have Fabio Paratici, a man heavily focused on Serie A talent, leading recruitment.
However, those links have since died down, and Spurs have also already brought in a new forward in the form of Richarlison.
And now, as mentioned above, two rival Premier League sides are showing an interest in the South American.
According to Italian journalist Simone Tonga, Arsenal and Manchester United have been in contact with the agent of Paulo Dybala to understand the forward’s current situation
Juventus’ fellow Italian giants Inter Milan are believed to be the frontrunners to secure the signature of the Argentine, who is claimed to be keen on such a move.
However, Inter are not believed to have made a concrete offer as of yet, leaving the door open for Arsenal or Manchester United to swoop in.
Dybala’s Juventus stint
As mentioned above, Dybala joined Juventus in 2015 and since went on to feature 293 times for the Italian powerhouse.
During that period, he scored an impressive 115 goals and also provided 48 assists, helping Juventus to win countless trophies and reach a Champions League final.
The forward primarily operates behind a central striker, but he can also be used from the wing or as a centre-forward.