As per Goal, United have been linked with a swap deal that’ll see them sign Dybala, with Romelu Lukaku to head to Juventus in the other direction.
The Mirror have also picked upon United’s pursuit of Dybala, as they state that the Red Devils.This news was also confirmed via the journalist’s official website, with Juve then telling Dybala a swap deal involving him and Lukaku must go ahead.
€11M converts to around £10M, which when worked out, equates to a wage of around £192,000-a-week, a fair wage to offer a player of Dybala’s supreme quality.
It remains to be seen what happens to United’s pursuit of Dybala, however given the fact that the Argentine is one of the best forwards on the planet, we’re sure Red Devils fans are keen to see their side get a deal over the line for the attacker.
Bruno Fernandes has left Sporting Lisbon’s training ground after a meeting to finalise his transfer exit.
According to Record , Fernandes and his agent, Miguel Pinho, met with club president Federico Varandas and sporting director Hugo Viana on Friday morning.