Paulo Dybala reportedly wants €10m a year at Man United, Juventus could offer Mario Mandzukic

Onda Cero on Man United & Paulo Dybala

Mario Gago Huerta is the Italian reporter for Spanish radio station Onda Cero.

This week, the reporter has offered his insight into the ongoing transfer saga involving Man United’s Romelu Lukaku and Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala.

According to Mario Gago Huerta, Dybala is asking for wages of 10 million euros a season to switch to Old Trafford.

The good news for Man United fans is that indicates that the Argentine would consider the move.

In general, Mario Gago Huerta claims that the Dybala-Lukaku deal is “very close”.

Juventus could offer Mario Mandzukic

In a separate update from Mario Gago Huerta, he’s claimed that Juventus are considering offering Mario Mandzukic to Man United as part of the Lukaku deal.

It’s unclear from Mario Gago Huerta’s update how Mandzukic could fit into the proposal; whether instead of Dybala, or potentially together with the Argentine.

However, the Sun have claimed that Man United could sign Dybala and Mandzukic in the Lukaku exchange:

Mandzukic may be 33-years-old, but he remains a key figure in the Juventus squad.

Last season, the Croat scored 9 goals and chipped in with six assists in 25 Serie A matches.

Paulo Dybala’s sit-down with Maurizio Sarri

It’s been reported on Wednesday morning that Paulo Dybala is set to hold a meeting with Juventus manager Maurizio Sarri today.

Sarri is widely expected to tell Dybala that he’s free to leave the club:

Also see: David Ornstein reports on Arsenal’s Samuel Umtiti interest as Man United linked to €50m transfer.

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