Romelu Lukaku agrees to join Juventus
Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has reportedly agreed to make the move to Juventus, although the transfer will depend on whether Paulo Dybala is prepared to move in the opposite direction.
The Belgium international has been heavily linked with Inter Milan over the past month but the Nerazzurri have failed to meet the £80m asking price of the Mancunian giants.
As such, the Bianconeri are said to have entered the race to sign the marksman and the Red Devils have accepted an exchange proposal where Dybala would be heading to Old Trafford.
According to The Mirror, Lukaku has agreed personal terms over a £8.2m contract with the Bianconeri and the transfer now rests on the shoulders of Argentine forward Dybala.
The Argentine has been keen to remain with the Serie A holders next season and he is currently unsure whether to accept a new challenge in the Premier League with the Red Devils.
Meanwhile, the Red Devils are bracing themselves for more departures before the transfer deadline with Matteo Darmian and Marcos Rojo prepared to move on in the search for regular gametime.