Manchester United have again been brought into the mix as one of the clubs interested in Paulo Dybala.

The forward is out of contract at Juventus on June 30th and back in March, the Old Lady confirmed they will not offer him a new deal.

Since then, various clubs have emerged as the 28-year-old’s suitor and Manchester United were also added to that list last month.

On April 16th, Corriere dello Sport reported Erik ten Hag ‘greatly appreciates the quality and class’ of the Argentina international. It was also explained intermediaries on behalf of Dybala had talks with the Premier League side.

Since this report surfaced, Manchester United have confirmed Ten Hag will be their new manager from next season.

Earlier this week, the 52-year-old helped his current club, Ajax, win another title. After that, Ten Hag had a meeting the Red Devils officials to discuss their summer transfer plans in Amsterdam on Thursday. This has been widely reported in England and also echoed in Italy.

TuttoMercatoWeb have picked it up and state Manchester United remain a ‘hypothesis’ for Dybala in the summer. However, Ten Hag ‘did not put’ his name on ‘top of the list’ during the meeting in Amsterdam.