Manchester United have reportedly pulled out of Paulo Dybala talks with less than a week to close the transfer window.
According to Skysports, Manchester United will no more continue the Paulo Dybala negotiation. The Juventus man was been considered as a swap option for Romelu Lukaku who Maurizio Sarri wants to use in place of Mandzukic.
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Dybala and his agent were reportedly asking for excessive wages despite that the Red Devils are planning a swap deal for the Argentine who lost his place in Juventus.
Manchester United looking at other No. 10 options after ending interest in Paulo Dybala. There will be no swap deal with Romelu Lukaku. Dybala’s heart not in moving to United, wants to stay at Juventus. Wage demands and agent fees also too high for United
— Kaveh Solhekol (@SkyKaveh) August 4, 2019
Seems that the midfielder is already made up his mind to stay at Allianz Arena and fight for a place amid Ronaldo arrival which saw him record the worst of seasons since his professional career.
Man United would continue talks on other deals that links with Romelu Lukaku as Juventus striker, Mandzukic is also rumored as an option for the Belgian’s exit but it’s preferable the younger player stays back.
The Red Devils would continue their search for another number 10 and also have been reported to be willing to let Romelu Lukaku leave before Thursday only if a suitable deal come for him.