Almost unthinkable a year ago, questions are being asked about Paulo Dybala in the Italian press, and a transfer away from Turin isn’t as impossible as it once seemed.

Nearly every day this week, papers have been touting a potential swap between Juventus and Inter involving the Argentine and his compatriot Mauro Icardi, yet other clubs are also circling.

One of the main players in this could end up being Manchester City, according to Corriere dello Sport.

Their reasoning is that not only does Pep Guardiola like ‘more than a little’ what the forward has to offer, and has done so for ‘a long time’, but Ferran Soriano personally went to watch him back in January during Juventus’ game against Lazio.

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Beware, however, of Bayern Munich, who have apparently already ‘gotten close’ to Dybala recently as they try and revamp their team going forward.

Liverpool are mentioned briefly, but not enough to warrant fans getting excited, as they vaguely mention the dream scenario of a swap with Mohamed Salah, which will never happen.

He would be costly, but it’s fair to say that Paulo Dybala isn’t ‘untouchable’ anymore, scoring just nine goals and assisting six times in 32 appearances in all competitions.

Compare that to his 26 goals in 46 games last year, and things certainly have changed at Allianz Stadium in the past 12 months.