Tottenham have had a £62million transfer bid accepted for Paulo Dybala, according to reports.
The Juventus striker looks set to leave the Turin-based club this summer and is being monitored by both Spurs and Manchester United.
The Red Devils were ready to sign the forward as a replacement for Romelu Lukaku, with the Belgium international heading in the opposite direction.
But Dybala rejected Manchester United’s offer and the deal broke down.
The Argentina international is now willing to lower his wage demands and complete a transfer to Manchester United.
It is believed that Dybala is now very much aware that he has no future in Turin, and is therefore entertaining the idea of a move to the Premier League.