Sky: Man United agree deal to sign 78 goals AM as 3rd summer signing

Manchester United have a agreed a swap deal for Paulo Dybala and Romelu Lukaku, per reports.

Lukaku tacitly laid bare his desire to leave Man United earlier in the summer and he has been subject to a bid from Inter Milan.

United values the Belgian at about the same fee they signed him and they threw away the offers of the San Siro giants.

The Belgian has reportedly appealed to United to let him leave in order to get regular game time and he was left out of their squad that traveled to Norway.

The Red Devils have bolstered some aspects of their squad but they have been linked with the signing of midfielders including Sean Longstaff and Bruno Fernandes.

Meanwhile, Dybala has seen his stock reduce because of the presence of Cristiano Ronaldo and the Old Lady boss Maurizio Sarri does not feature him in his plans for next season.

Dybala’s representatives are reportedly in  England to thrash out a deal for attacking midfielder but the star is a tad reluctant to complete the switch.

And according to the Sky sports, United have reached a swap deal agreement with Juventus  and all that;s now left is for Dybala to make the decision.

Dybala can play on any of the flanks or behind the striker and he has scored 78 goals 182 Juventus appearances since his infamous move to the club in the summer of 2015.

Should this be true, Man United will certainly abandon their pursuit of Fernandes, who plays similar role with Dybala.

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