Paulo Dybala’s reported switch to Manchester United seemingly hangs in the balance as reports suggest an agreement is yet to be reached on salary.
Juve and United have reportedly agreed terms over a transfer that would see Romelu Lukaku arrive in Turin with La Joya heading to the Premier League club.
Sky Sport Italia report that the Bianconeri and United have reached a valuation on bother players that matches the pair at around €85m each, meaning it would be a straight transfer between the two.
Additional reports from Italian media suggest that sporting director Fabio Paratici is in London for the final negotiations with United and Lukaku’s agent, Federico Pastorello.
The two clubs are agreed on an exchange, the Belgium international has given the all-clear with a similar salary to the one he had already decided with Inter.
Despite this, Sky, Sportitalia and others report that Dybala is far from convinced by the Red Devils and is not certain on the move.
The Argentine is expected to meet with coach Maurizio Sarri tomorrow to clarify his future but there’s still no clear indicator whether or not he will leave or stay.