Pastorello has spent more than two hours in United's London offices today as he works to bring the clubs closer together on their valuations.
And reports claim that the former Chelsea and Everton star has been fined a couple of times for his behaviour in recent days, the first for tweeting a copy of United's sprint stats and the latter for his decision not to return to the club's Carrington training ground on Tuesday.
Reports emerged earlier today that the Belgian has been handed a hefty fine by United for failing to report for training.
As per reports, Manchester United are not willing to pay an exorbitant agent commission to get Dybala, who evidently did not want to come to Manchester United on priority, with the Argentine said to be hopeful of staying at Juventus before talks with manager Maurizio Sarri.
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The striker trained with Belgian side Anderlecht on Monday and Tuesday as he continues to seek a move away from Old Trafford.
In the meantime, Lukaku has remained in Belgium, where he has been training with Anderlecht and is refusing to return to Manchester.
The running statistics recorded during preseason training in Perth showed Lukaku clocked the second highest top speed behind Diogo Dalot.
The forward, who has three years left on his current deal at Old Trafford, has 42 goals in 96 appearances for United since arriving for £75m from Everton in 2017.