Newcastle United could become the ‘hypothesis in the Premier League’ for Juventus’ Paulo Dybala in the summer, according to TuttoMercatoWeb.

The forward is out of contract in June and will leave them as a free agent, after the Old Lady confirmed he will not be offered a new deal. Since then, many clubs in Italy and across Europe have been credited with an interest in the 28-year-old.

After naming Inter Milan and AC Milan and ruling out a few English clubs, TMW explain Newcastle United can be an option for the player.

The Tyneside club are not the ‘primary hypothesis’ for the ex-Palermo star for ‘prestige and value’. However, the Magpies’ new owners, Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund, have ‘ambitious and grandiose projects’ and are looking to carry out two or three major signings.

This is where Newcastle United fit in and they could ‘concretely reflect’ on the opportunity to sign Dybala on a free transfer in the next window.

TMW add that if the financial aspect could be considered, then the ‘most advantageous proposal’ could come from Eddie Howe’s side.