Manchester United and Tottenham are behind Arsenal and Newcastle in the race to sign Juventus forward Paulo Dybala, according to Calciomercato.com.
The Argentinian international is available on a free transfer this summer but, so far, formal proposals have been less than forthcoming from teams outside of Italy.
Inter are said to be keen on snapping up Dybala but Calciomercato claims that the 28-year-old would like to “avoid” moving to a direct rival. However, with no interest from Spain, it means England is his only other likely destination.
Although his affairs are managed by his representative Jorge Antun, he has now also employed the services of Australian agent Frank Trimboli in order to help with a switch to the Premier League.
United are looking for a forward this summer, and they have been linked with Dybala in the past, but at this stage, it appears they are not actively pursuing the player.