And the player that Juventus want to swap Dybala for, Manchester Unitedstriker Romelu Lukaku, has agreed terms with the Bianconeri in a deal that will be worth €9 million (£8m/$10m) a year, sources tell Goal.
Another part of the puzzle for the sensational swap deal is Dybala’s wages in Manchester, with the Argentina international desiring a significant pay increase from his current €7.5m-per-year deal in Italy.
Dybala returned early from his holiday after the Copa America and arrived in Turin on Thursday. He was expected to hold crunch talks with Juve boss Maurizio Sarri but that ultimately didn’t happen.
Instead, the Argentine has extended his vacation until August 5, three days before the English transfer window closes.
Both Dybala and Lukaku were somewhat frozen out at their clubs last season.