Sky: Man Utd have agreed a deal in principle to sign Dybala

Manchester United have reportedly agreed a deal in principle with Juventus to sign the sought-after Paulo Dybala.

The Italian giants are said to be willing to let the talented Argentine go as their interest in Romelu Lukaku intensifies.

The prolific Belgian has been on Inter Milan’s radar as well and it seems a move to the Serie A is inevitable.

However, it appears Dybala’s move to United heavily relies on whether he’s willing to make the switch or not and not what the two clubs agree amongst themselves.

The versatile attacker would essentially be Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s ‘Galactico’ signing of the summer and would easily replace the outgoing Lukaku.

United and Juventus have agreed a swap deal in principle involving Paulo Dybala and Romelu Lukaku. #mufc [Sky]

— United Xtra (@utdxtra) July 30, 2019

As exciting as the news is, fans must remain calm as the transfer is far from being official as there are finer details that need to be agreed.

Paulo obviously has to be willing to make the switch and so Manchester United’s offer has to be tempting enough to convince him.

So far it’s believed the dazzling 25 year old is more keen to remain in Turin despite news surfacing of his devastation over Juventus no longer wanting him.

Should Dybala make the switch, it’s a transfer no fan previously could’ve predicted would happen this summer.


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