Juventus have decided against offering him a new contract and he will be leaving on a free transfer at the end of the season.


Inter are interested in taking him to the San Siro and the Argentine is believed to be in favour of continuing in Italy beyond the summer.



But he is wanted in the Premier League as well where Manchester United and Tottenham are in contact with his representatives over a potential move.


And it has been claimed Arsenal and Newcastle have also been in touch with the player’s camp ahead of the summer.



The four Premier League clubs have asked his representatives to keep them informed about the attacker’s future.


Dybala is yet to make a decision and is prepared to study the offers on his table in the summer.



The Argentine is also wanted in Spain where Atletico Madrid are keen to sign him on a free transfer.


Juventus were believed to have offered him a contract worth £160,000-a-week after tax, but then sought to change the terms, which the player did not agree to.