Paulo Dybala is not expected to train with Juventus today as a move to Manchester United looks ever more likely.
The Argentine returned to Turin yesterday amid reports that he was expected to meet with coach Maurizio Sarri and later, the club management.
Reports from Italian press suggested La Joya returned home and was given time to recover from jet-lag and no meetings would take place.
Sky Sport Italia and others went on to report that Dybala will not return to Continassa for training until Monday 5 August, as previously agreed by the club and player.
The suggestion is that the coming days will be used to iron out the transfer exchange between Juve and United which will see Romelu Lukaku arrive in Turin.
A wider held theory is that Dybala will not return to Continassa, beyond saying farewell to teammates, before making the switch to the Premier League side.
The club and player have remained silent so far amid mounting speculation that a deal is all-but complete with only the final details to be settled upon.