Serie A champions Juventus are reportedly prepared to sell Argentina international forward Paulo Dybala to help fund a move for PSG winger Kylian Mbappe.
The Italian champions are believed to be looking to bring in Frenchman at the end of the current campaign, a year on from signing Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.
According to La Repubblica, Italian giants will take advantage of an alleged impending Financial Fair Play sanction that is about to hit Ligue 1 champions PSG, which may force them into offloading one of Neymar or Mpabbe.
In order to finance their mammoth offer for the French winger, the report indicates that Dybala could be sold to the highest bidder if more than £90m offer has been made.
Manchester United, Real Madrid and Manchester City have all been tipped to make a move for Dybala over the past six months as they are keen to strengthen their offensive end.
Meanwhile, Manchester United are also keeping tabs on another Juventus star Alex Sandro despite Brazilian star signing a new long-term deal with the Italian giants.