Paulo Dybala may still leave Juventus this summer, despite talks having broken down over a potential move to Manchester United.
The 25-year-old was tipped to be heading to the Premier League in an exchange deal for United striker Romelu Lukaku but the move fell through after the Reds made it clear that Dybala’s reluctance to play for them made the deal difficult to complete.
Dybala returned to training with Juventus yesterday and has reportedly made it clear that his desire is to remain with the Bianconeri this season.
Despite this, Juve are reportedly aiming to make significant sales this summer in an effort to make capital gains that could exceed €100m.
Gazzetta Dello Sport report that despite Dybala’s reluctance to leave, should further offers be forthcoming, Juve will take them into consideration.
It’s suggested that while United isn’t of interest of Dybala, should he have to leave, Paris Saint-Germain would be his first choice with his agent having already spoken with PSG director Leonardo.