Paulo Dybala is reportedly so disappointed with Juventus pushing him towards Manchester United that he might go straight to England.
The forward had been eager to remain in Turin under new Coach Maurizio Sarri, but when the opportunity to exchange him with Romelu Lukaku emerged, the Bianconeri sent his agent out to London for talks.
According to Juve correspondent for Tuttomercatoweb Giovanni Albanese, Dybala was so let down by this attitude that he might not even return to Turin from his summer vacation.
Having played for Argentina in the Copa America, he had an extended holiday and is due back in Italy on Thursday.
There were reports he could return early to have showdown talks with Sarri, but if he feels the club has no faith in him or desire for him to stay, then Dybala may well bypass the Continassa training ground altogether.
If that was the case, he’d simply fly to England and begin training with his new Manchester United teammates instead.
Dybala has also been linked with Paris Saint-Germain and Tottenham Hotspur.
Meanwhile, Inter will not raise their last offer for Lukaku, as director Beppe Marotta stated the proposal was fair in the current market.
The Nerazzurri have turned towards PSG striker Edinson Cavani instead.