By Abba Gwale
Manchester United are reportedly keeping tabs on the future of Juventus forward Paulo Dybala.
The 27-year-old has now entered the final 18 months of his deal with the Old Lady, although talks over an extension are believed to be underway.
Juventus are said to be the frontrunners to land wantaway Man United midfielder Paul Pogba, and a possible swap deal involving Dybala has been mooted if the attacker does not commit his future to the Italian giants.
According to Tuttosport, United are indeed interested in the Argentine and are ready to swoop if negotiations over a new contract with Juventus do not bear fruit.
The report claims that Dybala wants a mammoth wage of €15m (£13.6m) per year to stay on in Turin, and while the Old Lady are only prepared to offer an annual salary of €12m (£10.9m), that may be enough for him to pen fresh terms.
The former Palermo man has notched up three goals in all competitions this season and has made Andrea Pirlo’s starting XI on just six occasions in the 2020-2021 Serie A campaign.