Having already rejected a move to Manchester United in the past, the idea of moving to Old Trafford was never one pushed by the Italian media when it was announced the Argentina International would be leaving Juventus on a free at the end of the season.

However, the appointment of Erik ten Hag appears to have changed all that, with Gazzetta dello Sport stating the choice of bringing in the Dutchman to replace Ralf Rangnick bring the Red Devils ‘back into the ‘Dybalian’ scene’.

It’s explained the current Ajax manager ‘has long been a great admirer’ of the Argentina, ‘whose name would have been included in the close-ups for the future of the new technical guide of the Red Devils’.

In fact, ‘there would have been a first contact with intermediaries’, meaning Manchester United have ‘reopened the Dybala dossier, closed with some discontent in the summer of 2019’.

Despite Cristiano Ronaldo being at Old Trafford, who made life difficult on the pitch for the playmaker in Turin, the Portuguese’s future in England isn’t guaranteed.

This means ‘the Manchester United option exists’ for Dybala, ‘even if the direct line with Inter is always open’, with contacts described as ‘recurrent’, with ‘a first offer from the Nerazzurri club expected as the next move’.

The Juventus player simply wants to be ‘at the centre of the technical project’, something the Serie A side can guarantee him, ‘but maybe Ten Hag could cut them out’ with his own speech.