English premier league side, Manchester United and Italian giants, Juventus, have agreed a swap deal in principle involving Paulo Dybala and Romelu Lukaku.
Juventus made it clear that Dybala’s sale to United would be a bargain for everyone, but he will then have to accept United.
With Juve valuing Dybala at €100million and United asking €85m for Lukaku, the Red Devils would also need to send cash to the Serie A champions in exchange for the Argentina star.
Manchester United coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, speaking after a pre-seaso win over Kristiansund said he would not be drawn on a potential deal for Dybala but disclosed that new players could be added to the Red Devil’s squad.
The Argentine, Dybala, has made 182 appearances for Juventus and has found the back of the net 78 times since joining the club from Palermo in 2015.
However, he is expected to join the Juventus training camp on Thursday following his national team duties with Argentina in the recent Copa America.