Dybala skips Juve checkup as Lukaku concurs €9m yearly contract

The shocking swap arrangement highlighting two of the game’s top strikers keeps on drawing nearer to culmination

Paulo Dybala won’t take a standard restorative at Juventus on Friday and has not come back to their Continassa preparing home office as bits of gossip about a move away from Turin assemble pace.

In the mean time the player that Juventus need to swap Dybala for, Manchester United’s Romelu Lukaku, has concurred terms with the Bianconeri on an agreement worth €9 million (£8m/$10m) a year, sources tell Goal.

Another piece of the riddle for the hair-raising swap arrangement is Dybala’s wages in Manchester, with the Argentina universal craving a huge boost in salary from his current €7.5m-per-year bargain in Italy.

Dybala returned ahead of schedule from his vacation after the Copa America, apparently for chats with new Juve supervisor Maurizio Sarri.

Anyway he has not had any contact with the previous Chelsea supervisor, and has expanded his get-away until August 5, three days before the English exchange window closes.

The two players were fairly solidified out at their clubs last season.

The landing of Cristiano Ronaldo at the Serie A goliaths somewhat sidelined Dybala, who scored only 10 objectives in all rivalries, with just five coming in the class as his club won their eighth straight Scudetto.

Lukaku was additionally out of support at Old Trafford after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer supplanted Jose Mourinho in the hole.

The Norwegian wanted to play Marcus Rashford at focus forward and the Belgium global’s certainty was influenced when he played.

Lukaku has said this mid year that he trusts Serie An is the best class on the planet. He was believed to be made a beeline for Inter yet Juventus have enlisted genuine intrigue and can offer Dybala as a swap.

The Argentine was supposed at one point to be gone to Tottenham.

His nonattendance from Juventus preparing and the absence of correspondence among him and his chief appear to spell the end for him with the Old Lady, however his compensation requests may demonstrate a staying point.

There are reports that the No. 10 will request around £350,000 every week in the event that he makes the transition to the Premier League mammoths, however Lukaku concurring his compensation in Italy may help move the arrangement along.

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