MANCHESTER UNITED have reportedly been offered Paulo Dybala on a free transfer.
And they have a clear run at signing the Argentina forward after Inter Milan pulled out of the race for him.
The 28-year-old officially left Juventus when his contract expired at the end of last month and is now a free agent.
He made 293 appearances during his seven-year spell with the Italian giants and scoring 115 goals, helping the club to five consecutive titles and four Italian Cups.
But Dybala now has his sights set on a new challenge.
Inter have been heavily linked with a swoop for the Argentina international, who met with the club’s vice-president Javier Zanetti last month.
But ESPN now claims that their interest has “cooled” after they managed to bring Romelu Lukaku back to the San Siro on loan from Chelsea.
Both United and Arsenal are keen on getting Dybala to the Premier League.
However, this latest report states that United “have been approached” over a potential deal.
The South American’s representatives are trying to strike up interest in their client from England.
And they have allegedly already been in discussions with United chiefs about signing him.
United were rocked last week when striker Cristiano Ronaldo asked to leave.
And this report says that the Red Devils “insist any interest in Dybala does not change their stance that Ronaldo will be staying – although Sun Sport understands that United accept they will lose him.