Manchester United have opened talks with the representatives of Paulo Dybala.
The Argentine international is being linked with a potential switch to Old Trafford, in a prospective swap that could see Romelu Lukaku head to Juventus in return.
The Turin outfit is heavily interested in contesting with Inter for the Belgian international’s services, but this deal will largely depend on whether or not Dybala agrees to join Manchester United.
According to reliable Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, Dybala’s agent has already arrived in England in order to discuss personal terms with the Red Devils.
Meanwhile, Juventus continue to wait for Dybala to make a firm decision regarding his future, but the forward’s current preference remains staying put in Italy.
Now, BBC reporter Simon Stone has provided a new update, wherein he reveals that conversations between Manchester United and Dybala’s representatives are currently “happening”.
However, he does add that the negotiations strictly remain in early stages as of now, and there is no guarantee that an agreement will actually be reached.
These reports are quite contradictory to the rumours circling within the English media, which seem to have jumped the gun by suggesting that this transfer is already a done deal.