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Man Utd And Juventus Agree Swap Deal In Principle Involving Paulo Dybala And Romelu Lukaku

Jack Kenmare

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Man Utd And Juventus Agree Swap Deal In Principle Involving Paulo Dybala And Romelu Lukaku

Manchester United and Juventus have reportedly agreed a sensational swap deal 'in principle' involving Paulo Dybala and Romelu Lukaku.

Sky Italia say United must now agree personal terms with the Argentinian striker for the swap to go ahead.

Dybala scores. Image: PA
Dybala scores. Image: PA
Image: PA
Image: PA

The news comes after Dybala's agent travelled to London on Tuesday to hold talks with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side over personal terms.

If an agreement can be found, the green light will be given for Romelu Lukaku to join the Serie A champions, according to reliable Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio.

Juventus are currently waiting to understand the final decision of the Argentinian forward about his future.

Sky Italia's Fabrizio Romano claims that Dybala 'would like to stay' in Turin but Manchester United will try and push the potential deal.



The 25-year-old is, however, happy with the situation that is unfolding, and if he does accept a move to United, he reportedly wants a salary worth €10m per year net, which is around £180k a week.



On Monday, it was revealed that a stunning swap deal involving Dybala and Lukaku could be on the cards after Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri reportedly gave his approval.

Dybala has been heavily linked with Tottenham, while Inter have been pressing hard to try and sign Lukaku but now appear to be struggling to meet United's valuation.

According to Italian journalist Alfredo Pedulla, Juve are willing to offload the Argentine to United as long as they get €15-20 million and United's No.9 in return.

Juventus vice-president Pavel Nedved has also confirmed that "there are proposals and some interest" in Dybala but the club are waiting for "concrete action".

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Topics: Football News, Football, Manchester United, Transfers, Paulo Dybala, Juventus

Jack Kenmare
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