For the second time this summer, Paulo Dybala's potential move to a Premier League club has fallen apart.
The two clubs had reportedly agreed to a €70-million fee for the 25-year-old earlier in the week.
Personal terms had been agreed between the two parties, according to the Guardian's Marcus Christenson and Fabrizio Romano, but "the issue of image rights proved too difficult to solve."
The former Palermo star is coming off a disappointing campaign in 2018-19, which saw him score just five goals in 30 Serie A matches. Should Dybala ultimately remain in Turin, he'll look to rediscover his best form under new manager Maurizio Sarri.