Serie A giants Juventus are ready to ship Paulo Dybala to Manchester United this summer providing their demands are met.
According to Sportsmail, Juventus do not believe that any player, bar Cristiano Ronaldo, is indispensable and they are ready to listen to offers for Dybala.
They value the forward somewhere between £70m-£90m and will not be drawn to the negotiating table unless they receive an offer in that ballpark.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is a huge admirer of the Argentina international and will look to bring Dybala in should Romelu Lukaku or Paul Pogba leave the club this summer.
The United boss believes he has the attacking spark to unlock opponents' defenses and would be open to playing him in a playmaker or secondary striker role.
United does, however, face some competition with Paris Saint-Germain and Inter Milan also considering moves for the forward - although it is understood that Dybala is against joining the latter.
Maurizio Sarri already has his ideas set in stone for next season but has refused to rule out Dybala playing a significant role.