Italian Serie A champions Juventus will have to wait for a while before they can sign Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku according to the latest media reports.
Lukaku is expected to leave Manchester United for Juventus in a swap deal in the coming days.
The swap deal involving Lukaku will see Paolo Dybala leave Juventus for Manchester United.
According to Sky Sports, the swap deal is still a long way from being confirmed as Paolo Dybala is yet to agree on personal terms with Manchester United.
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Paolo Dybala has been offered yearly wages of €11m excluding bonuses according to journalist Alfredo Pedulla but the petite Argentine attacker is yet to agree to it as the two clubs namely Manchester United and Juventus wait on his decision.
Juventus have already told the 25-year-old that he must leave the club for Manchester United this summer and that it is inevitable.
Dybala is not ready to leave Juventus this summer but the words of former Manchester United star and club teammate Cristiano Ronaldo softened his heart over the possibility of moving to the Premier League.
At Manchester United, Paolo Dybala has the opportunity to link up with Paul Pogba after both players previously featured for Juventus together.