Paulo Dybala's agent 'in London for talks with Man Utd and Arsenal' as Prem pair battle to seal stunning free transfer
PAULO DYBALA'S agent is reportedly in London to hold transfer talks with Premier League clubs.
The 28-year-old forward is set to leave Juventus in the summer upon the expiry of his contract.
And there's no shortage of interest in the Argentina international from the Prem.
Dybala's agent, Jorge Antun, is currently in the capital to listen to offers from the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United, according to Calciomercato.
Both clubs have been linked with a free transfer swoop for Dybala in the upcoming transfer window.
It's claimed Antun will also meet with Frank Trimboli, who will act as a middle-man in negotiations between Dybala's camp and other interested Prem sides.
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The likes of Tottenham and Newcastle are also rumoured to be lining up a move.
But Sky Sport Italia suggest Dybala's agent is preparing to make a proposal to the Red Devils, while further reports in Italy claim a £130,000-a-week deal would be enough to strike a deal.
A significant signing-on fee is also likely to be shelled out by whoever lands Dybala's services.
Erik ten Hag sat down with United chiefs on Friday to discuss the club's transfer strategy.
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Elsewhere Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is planning on recruiting two forwards this summer to replace Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah.
Dybala though could yet end up staying in Serie A.
Inter Milan CEO Beppe Marotta has confirmed the club's intention to sign Dybala from Juventus in the summer.
And Italian outlet La Gazzetta dello Sport even claims Dybala has already chosen the Nerazzurri as his next club.
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