According to reports from the Sun, the duo of Manchester United and Manchester City are both interested in securing the services of Juventus star Paulo Dybala.
Dybala joined Juventus from Palermo at the start of last season and since moving to Turin, the Argentine international has managed to establish himself as one of the most promising strikers around in Europe.
Dybala’s wonderful run of form has understandably caught the attention from a host of top clubs and European champions Real Madrid have widely been touted to sign the 23-year-old.
Madrid look like they will face stiff competition in the race to recruit Dybala though as the Sun have gone on to claim that Premier League duo Manchester United and Manchester City have both entered the race to sign the ex-Palermo star.
Juventus clearly do not want to lose Dybala anytime soon but as seen by the case with Paul Pogba, every player has a price and it is expected that the young striker could be sold by the Old Lady for a fee in excess of £50 million.