Juventus star Paulo Dybala is a much-talked about player and is being targeted by top European sides like Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Manchester United.
According to reports, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is secretly fancying his chances of beating the Spanish and German powerhouses to the signature of Dybala.
The Argentine attacker has been a revelation for the Turin club since signing from Palermo in 2015 scoring 57 goals so far.
Capable of playing centrally, as a centre forward, second striker or as an attacking midfielder, Dybala is seen as a perfect fit for the Old Trafford club due to his pace and creativity.
These qualities are what the Man United manager is searching for as he looks to strengthen his squad in the next 2 windows as he looks to keep up with Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City.
The Portuguese manager is aware of how difficult it will be to lure the 24-year old to Manchester but is believed to be confident of a move. He sees new Man United chief scout Javier Ribalta as key to any move for the player as he was formerly in charge of scouting at Juventus and is said to have a close relationship with Dybala.
Man United are said to be looking to push ahead of the queue for the player valued at ₤60 million.