Paulo Dybala's time at Juventus ended in a way where neither party was ultimately happy with the outcome.
Despite his desire to stay, the Bianconeri were unwilling to keep the Argentina forward, allowing his contract to run down.
Reports suggest his next destination will not be in Serie A but in the Premier League, with a number of clubs showing interest.
TOP STORY – MANCHESTER UNITED, ARSENAL AFTER DYBALA
Arsenal and Manchester United are set to engage in another transfer battle over Dybala, according to La Repubblica.
With the Premier League giants already in the race to sign Dybala's compatriot Lisandro Martinez from Ajax, it has been reported the two clubs have been in contact with his agent Jorge Antun.
The 28-year-old is available as a free agent with his contract at Juventus expiring this off-season, and a move to Inter stalling after Romelu Lukaku's transfer.
Reports suggest United are looking at Dybala as a replacement for the departed Cristiano Ronaldo, whose signing at Juventus coincidentally signalled the beginning of the end for the former in Turin.
- Meanwhile, United and Barcelona have reportedly agreed on a fee for Frenkie de Jong but are now in process of negotiating add-ons, according to Fabrizio Romano.
- Bernardo Silva has told his agent he wants to go in the opposite direction and leave Manchester City for Barcelona, Sport is reporting.
- Chelsea are making progress in their attempts to sign Matthijs de Ligt after Juventus lowered their asking price, per CBS Sports.
- Leeds United have opened talks with RB Leipzig over midfielder Tyler Adams, The Sun is reporting.