Manchester United and Arsenal are among the English clubs to have made contact with the agents of Paulo Dybala regarding a free transfer for the Juventus man, according to reports.
Both outfits are expected to be in the transfer market for a forward in the summer to strengthen their options up front.
Mikel Arteta’s side let Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang quit the club in the January transfer market, while Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah are leaning towards departing at the end of the term.
At Old Trafford, meantime, Edinson Cavani’s contract is also up in June, leaving incoming head coach Erik ten Hag potentially short on forwards.
According to ESPN, the Red Devils and the Gunners and Newcastle United are monitoring Paulo’s situation, while Tottenham Hotspur already made contact a while ago via the managing director of football Fabio Paratici.
The Argentine is expected to part ways with the Old Lady when his contract runs out at the end of June, with the star able to negotiate with non-Italian teams over a free transfer.
Clubs in Serie A and La Liga are also understood to have been in touch with his camp as he looks improbable to extend his Bianconeri deal.