Manchester United and Tottenham could be given a second chance to land Paulo Dybala after missing out last summer.
But it will cost them around €100million (£90m) if they want to land the Juventus playmaker this time around.
Dybala fell out of favour in Turin and was offered to both the Red Devils and Spurs ahead of deadline day.
Eventually, he stayed put and flourished alongside Cristiano Ronaldo as Maurizio Sarri’s side stormed to another Serie A title.
Sarri, however, has been sacked and replaced by Andrea Pirlo with La Gazzetta dello Sport now claiming the club will consider moving Dybala on this summer if they can receive a hefty fee.
The Argentinian playmaker has seen his value increase since a Premier League move collapsed.