Premier League giants Manchester United are reportedly considering a sensational £120 million (R2.2 billion) bid for a Juventus superstar, and a Red Devils striker could go the other way.
According to The Sun, United have been keeping close tabs on Argentine superstar Paulo Dybala, who is said to have impressed the club's scouts over the past few seasons.
With LaLiga giants Real Madrid and Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain having also reportedly been keeping an eye on Dybala, the Red Devils could emerge as frontrunners for the 25-year-old's services should they be willing to pay close to the £120 million the Bianconeri would consider selling the attacker for.
However, with Juventus having shown an interest in Belgian forward Romelu Lukaku in the past, there is speculation a player-plus-cash deal could also be reached.
Lukaku, who became the most expensive Belgian footballer ever following his £75 million (R1.25 billion) move from Everton to United in July 2017, has previously hinted that a transfer to Italy's top flight could be appealing, citing Juve as "one of the two or three best teams in Europe".
With the Manchester club reportedly keen on prioritising Dybala as their No. 1 transfer target for next season and the Bianconeri said to be in the market for a striker, a swap agreement could be on the cards.
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