Italian champions Juventus have sent a strong message to petite attacker Paolo Dybala about the much-publicised transfer to Premier League giants Manchester United.
According to trusted journalist Alfredo Pedulla, Juventus have told Paolo Dybala that he has to leave the club for Manchester United as part of a swap deal for Red Devils hitman Romelu Lukaku.
Juventus want to offload Paolo Dybala in a bid to sign Belgian international Lukaku since they are unable to produce the needed funds for a transfer for the burly striker.
Manchester United want at least £75m for Lukaku who’s also attracting serious interest from Inter Milan.
The Nerazzurri made the last offer of £54m for him but it was deemed insufficient by Manchester United.
Inter Milan had earlier made offers before the last bid of £54m.
The fact that Juventus can offer a player of Manchester United interest like Paolo Dybala has made them overwhelming favourites to sign Romelu Lukaku but Dybala is having serious issues with the move to Old Trafford.
Paolo Dybala is having serious doubts about a transfer to Manchester United but his Juventus teammate Cristiano Ronaldo has encouraged him to make the move to the Premier League this summer.
Ronaldo has previously played for Manchester United before he left for Real Madrid in 2009.