According to the latest reports, Paulo Dybala told Juventus he has no intention of joining Manchester United, putting Romelu Lukaku at risk.
The two clubs and Lukaku’s agents are all in absolute agreement over the exchange deal and personal terms, so the only hold-up is Dybala.
He returned to Turin yesterday and is not expected back in training until Monday, but has not yet met with Coach Maurizio Sarri.
La Gazzetta dello Sport claim that Dybala has given his first response to Juventus directors over the move and his answer was a resounding no.
He is not prepared to come to Old Trafford and would prefer to either stay at Juve under the new tactician or wait for offers from clubs he feels are more suited to his style of football.
Those would include Paris Saint-Germain and Inter, as the Nerazzurri hope they can offer outcast Mauro Icardi plus cash in an exchange deal between Argentines.