Paulo Dybala is due to start training with Juventus tomorrow and reportedly told his agent he doesn’t want to join Manchester United.
According to the latest reports from La Gazzetta dello Sport and Sky Sport Italia, Dybala is set to have a medical on Monday morning and resume training with the rest of his teammates.
It’ll be his first time working with new Coach Maurizio Sarri, as he was on an extended break following the Copa America with Argentina.
He arrived back in Turin several days early and has remained largely in his home, but contrary to reports in England, he was not ‘forced’ to train by himself.
Dybala simply wasn’t scheduled to resume training until Monday, along with fellow Copa America participant Alex Sandro.
Despite Juventus and Manchester United agreeing an exchange deal between Romelu Lukaku and Dybala, the latest rumours from La Gazzetta dello Sport and others in Italy are that La Joya told his agent he doesn’t want to join Manchester United.
There is also the issue of his former agents suing for breach of contract and reportedly sending a letter to Manchester United warning they could be on the hook for €40m.
He could still block the move, although Manchester United have agreed personal terms with Mario Mandzukic in another potential swap, or separately for €15m.