Romelu Lukaku scored the only goal as the Red Devils won 1-0 at Southampton in what was undoubtedly their toughest test of the season so far.
Dybala has made a terrific start to the new Serie A campaign, scoring 10 goals in his opening six fixtures. The Red Devils are now working on a mammoth £155 million bid, which is to be made for the Argentine worldwide next summer.
The 23-year-old has also scored two hat-tricks against Genoa and Sassuolo already and is just one goal away form equalling his tally of 11 for the whole of last season in the league.
The Mirror's report says that one factor in United's favour is the fact that executive vice chairman Ed Woodward has a good relationship with Marotta and the United chief has told Dybala's management they would be interested in signing the forward.
Recently general manager Beppe Marotta admitted the club would be powerless if Dybala decided he wanted to leave, even though the forward has no release clause. "That's the combination you press on PlayStation to do a turn and shot". No, because I always said he was a phenomenon.