Juventus striker Paulo Dybala has offered him a five-year contract for Manchester United. The Argentine international will also win 12 million euros in the giants of the Premier League.
This was revealed by the respected transfer expert and sports journalist, Nicolo Schira, who works for Gazzetta Dello Sport. Schira announced it on Friday morning through his official Twitter page.
He wrote: “ManchesterUnited offered Paulo Dybala a contract until 2024 for 12 million euros a year, but Joya is not convinced to start from Juventus. There will be other contracts in the next few hours. Transfers must come from MUFC “.
GISTOK had reported that Manchester United and Juventus had agreed to an exchange agreement in principle that involved Paulo Dybala and Romelu Lukaku.
Dybala’s agent, his brother Mariano, had arrived in London, United Kingdom, to discuss a move to Manchester United.
Dybala fought for the form last season, scoring only five Serie A goals for Juventus, after the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo.
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