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Romelu Lukaku ‘agrees £8.2m-a-year salary’ with Juventus as Manchester United star closes in on Serie A move

Manchester United star Romelu Lukaku has agreed an £8.2million-per-year salary with Juventus but his move still hinges on Paulo Dybala, according to reports.

Belgium international Lukaku could call time on his two-year career at Old Trafford before the window closes after falling down the pecking order under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

And according to Goal in Italy, Lukaku has agreed personal terms with the Serie A champions, where he will earn a substantial £8.2m-a-year under Maurizio Sarri, who is looking to build a squad capable of winning the Champions League.

However, a deal is still a while away from being completed due to the uncertainty surrounding Dybala’s future. Lukaku’s move to Juventus still depends on the Argentine forward agreeing a switch to Old Trafford this summer.

On Thursday, Dybala arrived back in Turin for showdown talks with new manager Sarri as he looks to quickly sort out his future.

United are eager to secure the signing of Dybala as they look to bolster their resources ahead of the new season.

Dybala has returned to Turin after being given time off having represented Argentina at the Copa America in Brazil this summer.

Dybala remains keen to stay with Juventus, but wants a clear outline of what Sarri has in mind for him before considering his options.

If he does end up leaving Turin, Dybala will not be cheap, with significant wage demands expected to be laid down. Dybala would want to become one of the highest earners in the Premier League if he joins United, entering the elite wage bracket along with the likes of Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil.

The Argentine would command £350,000 per week to sign for United, and bring to an end his four-year stay at Juve.

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