Manchester United have reportedly agreed a swap deal with Juventus that would see Romelu Lukaku move to Juventus in exchange for Paulo Dybala.
According to Sky Italia, the two clubs have agreed on a deal in principle. All that is needed now is an agreement between the two parties so that the deal can take place.
Manchester United are eager to bring in new reinforcements after signing Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka and are close to signing Harry Maguire and Bruno Fernandes.
Paulo Dybala had a forgettable 18/19 season with Juventus but is still attracting interest from other clubs including Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur. Spurs even made a €50 million bid for the Argentine but Juventus rejected it.
Now, it seems that Dybala who has been linked to Manchester United for a long time, could be joining the club while Lukaku, who was linked to a move to Serie A, could be on his way to Italy.
The two clubs Lukaku was linked to over the past 10-12 months were Juventus and Inter Milan. The striker who scored only 15 goals for the Red Devils last season, was rumoured to join Inter Milan.
However, it seems that Lukaku will move to Serie A, only not to Inter Milan.
The Belgium striker may have had a poor season but his recent scoring record for his country is sufficient enough to prove that he is a pretty good striker. Hence, Juventus could really benefit from the addition of Lukaku.
Manchester United already have Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford. Now, if you add Paulo Dybala to the team and Bruno Fernandes, there’s no doubt Solskhaer’s men will score a ton of goals in the upcoming season.