It remains to be seen if Tottenham can force their way into the race, but Pochettino may be looking towards Dybala rejecting Manchester United and asking to move to north London.
Dybala would've easily been United's statement signing of the summer and the quality he would've added to their attack will be missed.
Reports suggest Dybala's huge wage demands and the conditions being put on the move by his agent Jorge Antun are key factors in United's decision to pull the plug on a deal that leaves Lukaku in a hard positions with the English transfer window closing on Thursday. Di Marzio reports that the 25-year-old won't be available for training until August 5.
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Instead, they're having to remain open to it in the case that Dybala simply won't move to Old Trafford.
Manchester United seem to have learned their lesson from the past, and wish to avoid yet another Angel Di Maria- and Alexis Sanchez-esque situation at the club.
Moreover, the 33-year-old striker will earn €6 million per season at Old Trafford and his price-tag is set at €15 million. Since Juventus were preparing to offload him.
Talks between United and Inter are still ongoing with both Lukaku and Dybala valued at around £80m. Juventus are keen on signing Lukaku but can only do so with a player going the other way from the Italian club.