Juventus have reportedly agreed on personal terms with Manchester United outcast Romelu Lukaku, who will receive a huge salary in Turin. On the other hand, United continue their talks with Argentine striker Paulo Dybala as part of a proposed swap deal involving the two stars.
United reportedly got tired of the stalled negotiations with Inter for the Belgian striker and decided to put their attention on a different target. Now, according to Goal, Juve have agreed to an initial agreement with the Belgium international on a €9 million per year pay package.
With this agreement, the Zebras are showing how much they value Lukaku, but this is now attached to Dybala’s decision and how his negotiation with the English giants develops. Luckily for them, reports suggest that a deal is not too far from being completed, either. Dybala has yet to undergo the traditional pre-season medical assessment at Juventus’ facilities, as well as start training again with his teammates.
Still, with his future seemingly in Manchester, he probably has no rush to do any of that. But, if the Red Devils want to finally land him, they need to come up with a big offer since Paulo’s demands are considerably high. It is believed he is looking to sign a deal in the region of €10 million a year, which increases his current salary in Turin by €2.5 million.
After an overwhelming season with the Old Lady, Dybala doesn’t see with bad eyes going to Manchester, a team eager to come back to the headlines after a couple of seasons full of struggles.