Despite speculation regarding the Argentina international's future last summer, the playmaker went on to enjoy a strong campaign in Turin.
However, while the 26-year-old contributed 14 goals and eight assists in Serie A and the Champions League, it remains to be seen whether he will be given a chance to impress new boss Andrea Pirlo.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus could be willing to sell Dybala for a fee in the region of £90m.
That development is likely to alert United and Spurs, who were both heavily linked with the player as recently as 12 months ago.
While the relevant parties remain in discussions over a new contract, just two years remain on his existing deal.