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Man United transfer news: Juventus plan Lukaku-Dybala swap deal with Inter Milan unlikely to increase offer for Red Devils forward

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  • July 30, 2019
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Maurizio Sarri has reportedly agreed to swap Dybala for Belgium international Lukaku, who has not featured in any of United’s four pre-season matches so far, and will also miss Tuesday’s friendly against Kristiansund in Norway.

He has openly discussed his desire to play in Italy one day, and a move to Inter has been expected since the end of last season.

However, the San Siro club failed with a £54million bid for Lukaku, and their chief executive, Beppe Marotta, says it is unlikely they will submit an increased offer as Inter chiefs believe their bid matched Lukaku’s valuation.

“We made a strong offer, one that is valid and suited to the transfer value of the player and we were unable to conclude a deal,” Marotta told Sky Sport Italia.

“The club is strong, but we need to stay within certain parameters. The club has made big investments and we believe that we’re already at a good stage in the process.


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