As all Italian sources state Paulo Dybala will resume training with Juventus on Monday, The Telegraph reports Manchester United are admitting defeat.
Dybala had put a series of obstacles in the path of the swap deal with Romelu Lukaku, including a salary of €12m plus bonuses and a €15m commission for his agent.
Multiple Italian outlets are confident La Joya will be at the Continassa training camp tomorrow to start work with Coach Maurizio Sarri.
He was allowed an extended vacation, along with Alex Sandro, after participating in the Copa America.
With several sources in Italy claiming this evening that Dybala told his agent he doesn’t want to join Manchester United, it seems as if the message has been received.
According to The Daily Telegraph online edition, BBC Sport and Sky Sports UK, Manchester United have admitted defeat and pulled the plug on negotiations.
It now remains to be seen how this will affect Lukaku, who is wanted by both Juventus and Inter.
Considering Manchester United agreed personal terms with Juve striker Mario Mandzukic, it’s possible the Belgian can still arrive with an exchange and additional cash, but the Bianconeri might not be open to such a deal.
This can allow Inter back in with their latest offer of €70m plus bonuses.