Juventus, market background on an exchange between Lukaku and Dybala with Manchester United: deal skipped, then the inclusion of Inter
Bianconero, but for one night only. Romelu’s destiny could always have been in Serie A Lukaku, but with other colors. Not those ofInter, but those of Juventus. Arrived at the Nerazzurri in the summer of 2019 and immediately decisive, the Belgian was one step away, in that same market session, to wear the jersey of Juventus rivals. To follow and interact LIVE on the latest Calciomercato SUBSCRIBE to the YOUTUBE channel!
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Juventus transfer market, the background on Lukaku-Dybala
A market background revealed to ‘Pressing’ by Sandro Sabatini and that he would have foreseen an exchange of cards with Paulo Dybala. The Argentine was in fact in the sights of the Manchester United and would fly to England in exchange for the Belgian. “Lukaku belonged to Juventus for one night: the bianconeri had defined the exchange with Dybala. Then the Argentine did not find an agreement on the engagement with Manchester United: there Inter did well to return to the bottom and bring Lukaku to Milan ”.
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And now Inter can certainly enjoy his number 9, even if the excellent season played so far has meant that several top clubs have set their sights on him. From Spain there was talk of an interest of Real Madrid, with Lukaku considered the possible alternative to a first choice such as Haaland. The same goes for the English clubs, in particular Manchester City e Chelsea, even if Guardiola has made it clear that it is unlikely that a new striker will arrive during the next transfer session: the manager of the City is not willing to make crazy purchases. However, it will certainly be complex to snatch the player from the Nerazzurri club, to which he is bound by a contract expiring in 2024, but Inter have already made known what the player’s valuation is: around 120 million euros. A significant figure, especially if we consider the pandemic emergency due to the Coronavirus. We’ll see if there are any clubs willing to launch the assault to get to the Belgian number 9.
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