Palermo striker Paulo Dybala is the centre of a three-way transfer struggle between Chelsea and the two Manchester clubs, City and United.
Dybala, dubbed the ‘new Sergio Aguero’, could be making a £30m move to the Etihad Stadium in the summer, linking up with his fellow Argentine hitman.
Stevan Jovetic appears to be the odd man out at City after the arrival of Wilfried Bony, and could leave the club in the summer, making way for Dybala.
However, cross-town rivals United, and Premier League leaders Chelsea are also keen on the forward, who has 11 goals in 22 Serie A games this season.
Dybala was given the Aguero tag by Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini on his arrival at the Italian club in 2012 from Argentine Second Division club Instituto.
He is also eligible to play for Poland and Italy due to dual citizenship, but harbours dreams of playing for Argentina.
Due to his style of play, he is compared to Javier Pastore and Vincenzo Montella, as well as Aguero.
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