Argentina international, Paulo Dybala’s future remains yet uncertain with reports still linking him with a move to Old Trafford.
The star player who currently plies his trade with Juventus has been linked with a swap deal to Man Utd while Belgium international, Romelu Lukaku moves to Turin.
Reports from Italy reveal Juve are ready to let him leave after he failed to perform following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid last season.
To also confirm the report, it was revealed that the Argentine’s agent is already on his way to Old Trafford to seal a wage worth £10 million per year for his client which the Red Devils are ready to pay.
However, Dybala is not carried away by the huge amount the Red Devils are willing to spend, according to The Independent.
The Argentine is said to be of the opinion that the move to Man Utd might affect his development and he would prefer to remain at Turin and prove himself to new boss Maurizio Sarri.
Reports from Italy suggest that Dybala would have preferred a move to either Real Madrid or Barcelona as he doesn’t like the idea of playing in the Europa League from Juve who are favourites to win the Champions League.
According to the same report, Lukaku’s move to Turin still depends largely depends on if Dybala agrees to come to Old Trafford.