Juventus forward Paolo Dybala is presently in talks with Manchester United over a move to the club this summer after he was told that there’s no future for him under the new management of Maurizio Sarri.
The Italians want to sign Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku, and Dybala is the man to make the deal happen in a proposed swap deal.
Paolo Dybala wanted to stay at Juventus and he’s being forced out of the Italian Serie A club in his opinion.
According to Sky Sports reporter Kaveh Solhekol, Paolo Dybala would resist a particular clause in his contract at Manchester United if he signs for the Red Devils.
Dybala won’t take a pay cut in his contract at Manchester United if the Red Devils fail to qualify for Champions League.
A lot of the Manchester United players have been affected by the Champions League clause in their respective contracts at the club.
Paolo Dybala is still having serious doubts about a move to Manchester United and a move is still a long way off.
The 25-year-old is presently on holiday after a busy summer with the Argentine team at the recently concluded COPA America tournament won by hosts Brazil.