MANCHESTER UNITED could reportedly be handed a second chance to land Paulo Dybala.
The Red Devils launched a failed bid last summer to sign the Juventus ace but could yet have another opportunity to seal a deal.
La Gazzetta dello Sport reports the Serie A champions will consider selling Dybala IF they receive a massive transfer fee.
United will have to cough up around £90million to secure the services of the Argentine playmaker.
Dybala looked to be close to a Premier League move last summer with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side and Spurs both interested.
The 26-year-old appeared to have a falling out with the Turin-based club and was offered around.
United were initially keen but were put off by his huge wage demands and reluctance to leave the Old Lady.
Then Juve performed a dramatic U-turn and decided to hang onto their ex-Palermo star.
A year on and Maurizio Sarri has been axed despite leading the Bianconeri to their ninth successive league title.
The former Chelsea boss has been replaced in the hot seat by club legend Andrea Pirlo.
And Dybala could be the first player to face the chop under the new regime.
Manchester City and Real Madrid have also been linked with a move for the attacker.
It was revealed Pirlo – who was promoted from Under-23s coach – earns less than all but THREE of his playing staff.
Reports suggest the 41-year-old is planning a squad overhaul but Aaron Ramsey’s representatives described claims the Welshman was one of those unwanted as “nonsense”.
Pirlo could field a dramatically different side next season after drawing up a ten-man transfer shortlist including Real Madrid’s Isco and Wolves striker Raul Jimenez.