Arsenal and Manchester United have both had fresh contact with the agent of Paulo Dybala, according to reports in the Italian media.
The Argentine, who has scored 144 goals in his professional career, is currently without a club after his contract at Juventus expired last month.
Inter Milan have been heavily linked with Dybala but, after securing the services of Romelu Lukaku on loan, there are now doubts over whether the Serie A side will make a move to sign another forward.
It is believed that both the Gunners and United called Dybala’s representative to understand the state of play in terms of his potential switch to Inter.
Massimo Brambati, a former player turned agent, revealed back in May that Mikel Arteta’s side had an agreement in place to sign Dybala, only for the deal to collapse after the team’s failure to qualify for the Champions League. Whether a move will now be revived, we shall have to wait and see.