Manchester United are reportedly prepared to offer Paulo Dybala a contract with the Juventus man set to leave Turin on a free transfer this summer.
Arsenal have been linked with a move for Paulo Dybala for a while now and with the 28-year-old second striker running out his contract, their name is back in the mix.
TuttoJuve in Italy, however, claim that Dybala’s preference would be a move to Manchester United, one of three other sides in the Premier League trying to sign him.
The others are Tottenham and Newcastle United.
United are named as the only side ready to offer him an ‘important contract’.
Dybala moved to Juventus in 2015 from Palermo for a fee of £36.9m. This season he has scored 14 and assisted six in 34 games although muscle injuries have disrupted his season a few times.
During his seven years with the Old Lady, Dybala has scored 114 goals, with 48 assists, in 288 games.
To compare, Lacazette has scored 71 for Arsenal, with 36 assists, in only 86 fewer games.
Extrapolating out to 288 games, that would put Lacazette on 101 goals.