Man Utd and Juventus AGREE terms on Lukaku and Dybala swap deal.. but Argentine striker must give go-ahead to transfer first – The Sun
MANCHESTER UNITED and Juventus have agreed to swap Paulo Dybala and Romelu Lukaku, according to reports in Italy.
This morning, SunSport exclusively revealed Juve had offered Dybala and Mario Mandzukic plus £10million in a package to land the Belgian.
And Sky Italy are reporting that a deal has been struck in principle – with the only stumbling block being the Argie hitman, 25, agreeing personal terms.
United boss Solskjaer was asked about his transfer plans after a 1-0 friendly win over Kristiansund in his homeland.
And he confirmed he was looking at bringing in new faces, while keeping the door open for wantaway Lukaku to leave
Questioned on Dybala, he said: “I’m not here to talk about any rumours or speculation about other team’s players.
"But of course we’re working on one or two cases, as I’ve said before.
"There’s another ten days before we start the league and hopefully we can announce a fresh face or two."
On 26-year-old Lukaku's absence, the Norwegian added: “He got injured.
"It was best for him to stay home. He wouldn’t have been able to play.
“Hopefully he might be able to train in the next couple of days, Rom. Let’s see what happens.
“You never know what happens in football. He’s not been able to train but he’s not been that bad that we had to send him home, we still had hope he was going to be fit to play in Australia, Shanghai and Singapore.
"But for this short trip, there was no point bringing him."
Juve are open to shifting Dybala off the wage bill with the Argentine who has fallen down the pecking order in Turin since Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival last summer.
Inter Milan saw a bid rejected of £54million for wantaway Lukaku, 26, and could now lose out to their Serie A rivals for his signature.
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