Juventus have been reported to sell Paulo Dybala in a trade for Paul Pogba, but not if he turns Manchester United down, while Andrea Pirlo picks his center-forward.
The tactician spent much of Thursday talking to President Andrea Agnelli, Vice-President Pavel Nedved, and director Fabio Paratici.
The meeting which persisted six hours resulted in backing for Cristiano Ronaldo, amid rumors of his possible exit, according to many sources.
According to Tuttosport, via Football Italia, as part of a trade agreement for Pirlo’s former teammate Pogba, La Joya may also be sold to Manchester United.
Nevertheless, Dybala had already turned down Tottenham Hotspur last summer and is uncertain to change his mind for Manchester United, especially after he became Juve’s most impressive player in 2019-20.