The Old Lady are keen to get players out of the door to fund a potential move for Manchester United duo Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku.
Juventus have joined the race for the signature of Romelu Lukaku and are trying to outbid their domestic rivals Inter Milan in order to acquire the Belgian forward. Sky Sports Italy believes Juventus are considering a swap deal which would see Paulo Dybala headed to Manchester United in order to make way for Lukaku’s arrival.
Reports from Italy however suggest that Dybala wants to stay in Turin and fight for his place. He is currently on vacation and his due for return on August 5, having been granted days off following the Copa America but he wants to return earlier and get used to his new manager Sarri’s methods.
So far, Manchester United have been negotiating an exit for Lukaku and have been talking to Inter Milan but the clubs differ in their valuation of the Belgian forward and Manchester United have rejected their first offer- 53.9 million pounds upfront without any bonuses.
United signed Lukaku from Everton for 75 million pounds in 2017 and want a fee around that region. Inter’s current coach Antonio Conte has revealed that he likes Romelu Lukaku and would love to train him at Inter. He tried to sign the Belgian international on two previous occasions but is confident that Inter will get his signature this time around.
Meanwhile, Everton have expressed interest for Juventus’ Moise Kean and are in talks to sign him according to Sky Sports. Juventus apparently wanted 40 million pounds for him and also want to insert a buyback clause in the talented 19-year-old’s deal.
Following Ademola Lookman’s departure to RB Leipzig, Toffees have lined up Moise Kean as a replacement and are also actively following Wilfried Zaha’s signature.
Moise Kean burst onto the scene with Juventus scoring six goals in 13 appearances last season and has already made his national team debut scoring twice in three games for Italy.