Manchester United are determined to sign a new forward this summer, with Antoine Griezmann now set to stay at Atletico Madrid.
The France international was Jose Mourinho's top summer target but, in the wake of Atletico's transfer ban, a move to Old Trafford now looks off the cards.
Express Sport understands the Red Devils are now prioritising Everton's Romelu Lukaku, though Chelsea appear to be well-primed to win the race for his signature.
Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata and Torino's Andrea Belotti have also been linked with moves to Old Trafford.
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Antoine Griezmann was Manchester United's top target
Manchester United are ready to battle Chelsea for Juventus star Paulo Dybala
But Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo claim the Red Devils have now set their sights on Juventus star Dybala as well.
The Argentina international enjoyed a stunning campaign in Turin, scoring 19 goals from 48 games to help Massimiliano Allegri's side win Serie A and reach the Champions League final.
As a result, it is said that United are now hellbent on signing him, with Jose Mourinho viewing him as the perfect replacement for Wayne Rooney.
Rooney's time at Old Trafford looks to be drawing to a close after a difficult season where he managed just eight goals across all competitions.
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Manchester United and Chelsea are ready to battle it out for Juventus' Paulo Dybala
However, Chelsea are also in the mix for Dybala and the report claims the Blues are mulling over a move after the news Eden Hazard will miss the start of the new season due to a fractured ankle.
The Blues could consequently sign Dybala to add firepower to their side in Hazard's absence.
Mundo Deportivo claim United and Chelsea are both expected to table offers for the 23-year-old but may have to cough up a huge fee given due to Dybala's new contract, which he signed in April.