Premier League giants Manchester United have reportedly agreed to a transfer fee with Juventus for one of their strikers.
Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic has been attracting serious interest from the Red Devils and it looks like both clubs have agreed to a deal for the Croatian international star.
According to the Daily Mail, Manchester United and Juventus have agreed to a £15m transfer fee for the 33-year-old attacker.
It was revealed that the Mario Mandzukic deal is in isolation from the proposed swap deal involving Romelu Lukaku and Paolo Dybala.
Juventus were hoping to offer petite Argentine forward Paolo Dybala to Manchester United in a swap deal for their burly striker Romelu Lukaku and a deal was thought to be close until Manchester United pulled a plug on the deal.
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Manchester United decided to call off the swap deal after the player’s disinterest in joining the club in addition to his huge financial demands.
Paulo Dybala demanded for astronomical weekly wages and agent fees.
The player was reluctant to join Manchester United as he had doubts over their ability to qualify and also compete on the Champions League stage.
Manchester United might have missed out on Paulo Dybala but they are expected to sign his Juventus teammate Mario Mandzukic who’s surplus to requirements at the club.