Tottenham are unsurprisingly in the frame for Dybala, given they agreed a £64m fee with Juventus in 2019, only for the player to opt to stay in Turin. Since then, Fabio Paratici, who signed the forward at Juventus, has arrived at the club as their managing director of football and could eye a reunion.
United could also reignite their 2019 interest, given the Red Devils will be pursuing a striker to replace Edinson Cavani. They also need reinforcements at right-wing, where Dybala has featured over the years, with Mason Greenwood’s future at Old Trafford all but over.
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