Juventus to sell Paulo Dybala in January?
Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly been put on red alert with Juventus willing to sanction the sale of Paulo Dybala at the turn of the year.
The Argentine was heavily touted to head to the Premier League last summer but a deal did not materialise with both United and Spurs holding concerns over the third-party image rights of the attacker.
Dybala has since made one start and two substitute appearances for the Bianconeri but Corriere dello Sport claims that manager Maurizio Sarri does not regard him as part of his plans for the future.
It is added Sarri is doubtful regarding Dybala's ability to play alongside Cristiano Ronaldo in the same team and he has given the green light for the former to be sold in the New Year.
Dybala has nearly three years remaining on his current contract with the Italian champions and a fee of around £60m could be required to secure his signature during the 2020 winter transfer window.