The Juventus star has been overshadowed at the Allianz Stadium following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo 12 months ago.
Dybala’s future in Turin is up in the air at present.
And the Argentinian is said to be weighing up his potential options this summer as he ponders a move away from Italy.
Manchester United, along with PSG, are reportedly interested in Dybala’s signature.
And Italian newspaper Tuttosport report the 25-year-old ‘would not reject’ a move to the Red Devils.
Dybala is open to a move to an ‘equally ambitious’ club as he worries over how much game time he will receive under Maurizio Sarri.
Tuttosport claim this means a possibility has opened up for Paul Pogba.
Juventus have been chasing a deal this summer as they look to bring the 26-year-old back to Turin.
The Serie A giants don’t have the funds to pay United’s valuation of Pogba.
But a Dybala swap deal could suit both clubs in the coming weeks.
CalcioMercato last week reported that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have been in touch with Dybala’s brother Mariano, who acts as his agent.
United asked for direct contact with Juventus in order to launch an official bid in the coming days.
The Italian champions are not actively looking to sell Dybala – but would accept a bid of around €100m (£90m) for his services.
Solskjaer is keen to wrap up more deals after signing Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka this summer.
But the United boss admits he will not bear a grudge if the Old Trafford hierarchy cannot land his top targets.
“My job is of course to manage the circumstances and the squad that I’ve got,” he said this week.
“But people will tell you I’m not angry for very long.
“The players know when I am angry but we get it sorted and move on and sorted and move on and I’m the same with my kids.
“Of course I have my targets – but I won’t bear grudges if I don’t get them.”