The Paulo Dybala rumours aren’t going anywhere.

Tuttosport and others in Italy simply refuse to let that happen, and the club being linked the most is Manchester United.

Thursday’s edition of the Turin newspaper claims there’s interest from the Old Trafford side, PSG and Tottenham, and when it comes to picking out the club in the lead, they have no doubt.

Manchester United are on the ‘front row’ for the Juventus player, and in ‘pole position’ to make the signing. Tuttosport reckon there’s a ‘dream partnership’ being thought of at the Premier League club, and that would see Dybala team up with Marcus Rashford.

It’s again claimed that to compensate the Argentine for a year without Champions League football, United would offer him a ‘super contract’ and a lead role in ‘the relaunch of one of the most important and noble clubs in the world.’

Juventus want around €80-100m and it’s not thought that would prove to be an issue for those who hold the purse strings.

Tottenham are said to be a ‘step behind’ Manchester United in the supposed chase.