Juventus are reportedly ready to sell Paulo Dybala to Manchester United – providing the Premier League club meet their £70m-£90m valuation.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has already bolstered his squad with the signings of Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka this summer and is closing in on an £80m deal for Harry Maguire.
But the Red Devils boss is aware that further additions are needed as he attempts to bridge the gap to Premier League champions Manchester City and Champions League winners Liverpool.
Solskjaer is a known admirer of Dybala and the Daily Mail say he will try to sign the Argentine playmaker should Romelu Lukaku or Paul Pogba leave Old Trafford.
Both Lukaku and Pogba are keen to secure summer moves, with the former being heavily linked with Inter Milan and the latter desperate to sign for Real Madrid. It is claimed Solskjaer has identified Dybala as the player to replace either Lukaku or Pogba and believes the 25-year-old could develop into a key player for Manchester United.
Juventus are ready to listen to offers for Dybala and are prepared to sanction his move to Manchester United if the Premier League giants table a suitable offer.
The Mail say Dybala, who has spent four successful years in Turin since signing from Palermo in 2015, is valued between £70m and £90m.
Manchester United are not the only club monitoring the Argentina international’s situation and Paris Saint-Germain and Inter Milan are also poised to make moves.
The Red Devils finished sixth last season and Solskjaer will be desperate to see improvements during his first full season in charge of the club.
Solskjaer looks set to make England defender Maguire his third signing of the summer after United made a breakthrough in talks with Leicester City.
Manchester United are also being linked with moves for Nicolas Pepe and Bruno Fernandes but are not believed to be interested in signing Real Madrid outcast Gareth Bale