Manchester United have been heavily linked with a move for Dybala, who could leave Juventus for a new challenge elsewhere this summer.
Last week, the Argentina international’s brother, Gustavo, said: “There are many possibilities that Paulo leaves Juventus. He needs a change.
“I can’t say that right now [if he will go abroad or stay in Italy]. Before he was at ease in Italy, now he is no longer.
“Let’s say that Paulo is no longer at ease and happy, as many other Juventus players are no longer well. He is not the only one who will leave.”
United have emerged as suitors given the Red Devils’ need to rebuild under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this summer.
And Italian newspaper Tuttosport say they have spent the last MONTH trying to get a transfer done.
It is claimed that they have been in contact with his family, trying to convince them the player’s future is at Old Trafford.
However, whether Dybala moves is something only time will tell.
Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri is leaving the club, announcing his exit last week.
And with Allegri on the move, that could yet see Dybala have a re-think over his future.
Meanwhile, transfer expert Ian McGarry recently claimed that United had already agreed a deal with Juventus for the player.
“There have been some reports In Italy that Manchester United have declared an interest in Dybala,” he said.
“However, our sources are telling us and the information we have is that in fact United have agreed in principle to pay the 100m euros (£86m) buyout clause that it would take to get Dybala out of Juventus.”
Dybala signed for Juventus from Palermo in 2015.
He has since helped propel the Old Lady to four consecutive league titles while scoring 78 times across all competitions.
United, meanwhile, have also been linked with a plethora of stars.
Declan Rice, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Daniel James, Gareth Bale and Kalidou Koulibaly have all been linked.