French giants to compete with Manchester United for Argentine star
Paris Saint-Germain are set to go head-to-head with Manchester United in the race to sign Paulo Dybala from Juventus at the turn of the year.
Dybala was strongly linked with both Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United prior to the English transfer deadline but neither of those clubs struck a deal after concerns over his wages and image rights.
Of late, it has been claimed that the Red Devils could make a renewed approach in the New Year but Tuttosport reports that they may face competition in the form of Les Parisiens.
Dybala has been afforded with just 14 minutes of league action for the Bianconeri this term and he is presently behind a number of attacking players in the selection order for a starting role.
The Argentine enjoyed his best-ever league season with 22 goals for the Bianconeri during the 2017/18 campaign but struggled for form last term with just five goals in the Italian top-flight.
Juventus currently value Dybala in the region of £72m.