Manchester United are reportedly still keeping tabs on Juventus striker Paulo Dybala ahead of a possible summer move.
Madrid are expected to increase their interest this summer, but Corriere dello Sport claims that United will rival the European champions for his signature should it become clear that he is available.
Neither Dybala nor Juventus have made any suggestion that the Argentine will leave the club at the end of the campaign, but United are poised to move if the possibility does arrive.
Juve have been credited with an interest in a number of attacking players - including Real Madrid's James Rodriguez - and could be willing to let Dybala leave for £88m if they are able to bring in a replacement.
Dybala has scored just two goals in 19 Serie A appearances this season but does have five in five Champions League outings.