Manchester United are on the verge of signing Paulo Dybala as Romelu Lukaku plans to move the other way – as per the player’s latest movements.
As per the latest reports, Lukaku has agreed on a deal to join the Bianconeri and Juve are offering Paulo Dybala as part of an exchange deal.
Earlier this week, the Argentine’s representatives were in London to hold talks with Man United following which Paulo Dybala was scheduled to return to Italy and hold talks with Maurizio Sarri regarding his future.
But now it looks like the player has extended his holiday until the start of next week and will not be available for his routine medical at the club.
Goal.com have been reporting:
“The Argentine was due to speak to Maurizio Sarri on Thursday although that didn’t happen
“Paulo Dybala will not take a routine medical at Juventus on Friday and has not returned to their Continassa training headquarters as talk of a move away from Turin gathers pace.
“And the player that Juventus want to swap Dybala for, Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku, has agreed terms with the Bianconeri in a deal that will be worth €9 million (£8m/$10m) a year, sources tell Goal.
“Another part of the puzzle for the sensational swap deal is Dybala’s wages in Manchester, with the Argentina international desiring a significant pay increase from his current €7.5m-per-year deal in Italy.”
Romelu Lukaku is ready to join Juventus and by the looks of it, Paulo Dybala too is on his way to Old Trafford pretty soon.
It is still unclear as to when the transfer will be wrapped up but major publications have already reported that Man United have agreed to pay Paulo Dybala wages in the region of 9 million per year.