Manchester United are at the head of the queue to sign Paulo Dybala from Juventus this summer.
The Red Devils are frontrunners with the bookies to land the Argentina international, whose future in Italy is in doubt. Old Lady coach Max Allegri thinks that the striker still has much to learn with the Italian champions before testing himself in England.
Argentina International forward may look for a new challenge for the next season, with the former Palermo men set to be at the World Cup in Russia.
After Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s mid-season exit at Old Trafford, Jose Mourinho has been heavily linked with signing a world-class forward and Dybala seems to be on top of his wishlist after Argentine forward impressed at Juventus.
Focus on Dybala may now intensify in Manchester with long-term target Antoine Griezmann looking more likely to stay with Atletico Madrid and pen another new improved contract. Paulo – who joined Serie A champions from Palermo for £28.5million in 2015 – started the campaign in incredible form, found the back of the net 13 times in his first eight games, including two hat-tricks and by the end of the season, Dybala scored 21 goals in Serie A.
The 24-year-old forward is believed to be valued at £100m by Italian champions.