Manchester United and Tottenham will reportedly revive their interest in Paulo Dybala.
Both Premier League sides were thought to be in for the Juventus forward during the summer transfer window.
Getty Images - GettyPaulo Dybala joined Juventus in 2015 from Palermo
Spurs are believed to have got the closest to completing a deal before the Serie A side decided not to sell.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer also made Dybala one of his top targets but they failed to agree personal terms.contact madeDavid Beckham making audacious attempt to sign Lionel Messi for MLS franchisepatriotFive players who shined more for their country than their clubREVEALEDHow Man United forwards compare to big six rivals' goals per game recordssloppy'The players weren't taking it seriously' - Roy Keane's rant at England performancePAPER TALKChelsea chasing duo, Man City ace promises to sign for club, Beckham wants MessiDISCUSSIONSRevealed: Man United held talks over Jadon Sancho transfer earlier this yearno joyMkhitaryan opens up on Arsenal and Man United nightmareLOST TIME'I’ve never been prouder and more privileged to pull on an Arsenal shirt'
Italian newspaper Tuttosport is again linking the 25-year-old with a move away from Turin in January.
They claim that Mauricio Pochettino will reignite his interest in Dybala during the next transfer window.
They will have a battle on their hands for his signature, though, with Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain listed as other possible destinations.Brilliant Mark Saggers rant on Man United's spending
PSG were also reportedly in talks with Juventus over a £73million move for the Argentina international but could not get a deal over the line.
It would appear they are still keen on offloading him, though, with transfer rumours not going away.
Dybala has played just 14 minutes under new manager Maurizio Sarri with Cristiano Ronaldo, Gonzalo Higuain and Douglas Costa preferred as his front three.