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New Man Utd boss Erik ten Hag ‘pushing for Paulo Dybala transfer’ with Juventus star available for free in summer

MANCHESTER UNITED could go back in for Paulo Dybala this summer when his contract with Juventus expires.

The Argentine striker is sure to be chased by a whole host of Europe’s top clubs so United will have to act fast.

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Paulo Dybala could be heading to the Premier League this summerCredit: Getty

Reports in Italy claim that Old Trafford could be a likely destination for 28-year-old Dybala.

Gazetta dello Sport states that the arrival of Erik ten Hag as new United manager has led to some early “timid interest”.

And Corriere dello Sport follows that same line, reporting that Ten Hag coming in as the new manager could accelerate the transfer.

The Dutch boss could be the driving force to get the deal over the line.

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Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City could all rival United in the chase for the 32-cap Argentina international.

United were previously linked with Dybala in 2020, before he agreed a new contract with Juventus.

But the clutch of English clubs could all be trumped by Inter Milan.

According to Gazzetta, talks are ongoing between Dybala’s representatives and Inter chiefs.

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They add that the 28-year-old’s primary representative will arrive in Italy next week for further talks.

It’s claimed that Inter are becoming more likely to be Dybala’s landing spot this summer.

But there are still details to iron out.

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