Tottenham Hotspur have enjoyed a dream Champions League season to date, beating Real Madrid once and Borussia Dortmund.
Their 'reward' is a clash with Italian champions Juventus in the knockout stages - and Manchester United may be about to do them a massive favour.
Juventus are tough negotiators, and reportedly want over £100 million for the attacker, but United's recent shaky Premier League form has intensified their desire to buy big.
Dybala was reportedly dropped by Juventus earlier this month, Football Italia reports, and if he is unhappy, then holding onto him could be tough.
While a stronger United would be bad news for Tottenham on the domestic front, in the short-term, relieving Juventus of their star attacker will aid the Premier League side's Champions League hopes.
Tottenham already have one of Europe's meanest defences, and without Dybala, Juventus will find it a lot tougher to break them down.