Juventus: Nedved reveals Dybala 'proposals' amid Lukaku swap reports
Pavel Nedved provided an update on Paulo Dybala's future, while he also discussed Manchester United centre-forward Romelu Lukaku.
Juventus vice-president Pavel Nedved said there are "proposals" and "interest" for Paulo Dybala as the star forward faces an uncertain future with the Serie A champions. Maurizio Sarri's Juve are reportedly willing to cash in on Dybala, who has been linked to Manchester United, Tottenham, Inter Milan and Paris Saint-Germain.
Offers coming in for Dybala
Dybala struggled to reach top form last season, scoring just five Serie A goals as the Argentina international was unable to cement a consistent role following Cristiano Ronaldo's arrival. "There are some proposals, there is some interest, but we wait for concrete action so we can then decide calmly," Nedved told reporters.
Reports grew on Monday that Dybala could be involved in a swap deal to lure Romelu Lukaku to Turin from United. Serie A rivals Inter have been tipped to sign Lukaku throughout the window, however, the Nerazzurri are yet to reach a deal with United.
Dybala-Lukaku swap deal
Juve have now emerged as a possible destination for Lukaku, with the Italian champions ready to offer Dybala to the Red Devils in exchange for cash plus the Belgium striker. Asked about Lukaku, Nedved added: "Having won eight consecutive Serie A titles, we feel that we have a strong team already. Obviously, with the transfer market open, we're trying to reinforce the squad. I won't get into details and I don't want to talk about individuals, but let's say we are working on it."
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