Manchester United target Paulo Dybala is not over the moon about leaving Juventus for Manchester United because he isn’t convinced we can challenge for top honours.
The Argentine is involved in a huge swap deal with Romelu Lukaku, with Juventus ready to let him leave in order to land the Belgian.
According to various reports, the player has demanded a salary of £10m-a-year after tax to join Manchester United, which would make him one of the highest paid players in the Premier League, and the club appear willing to stump up the cash.
The player wants to be convinced United is not a backward step in his career. He would prefer to stay at Juventus, or better still join either Barcelona or Real Madrid, or even Spurs coached by fellow Argentine, Mauricio Pochettino.