Argentina striker Dybala who playing for Juventus as striker joined Roma on a free transfer and now Juventus are keen to bring a new striker,The Polish striker Arkadiusz Milik, 28, is set to join Juventus as the Italian club has reached an agreement with both Marseille and Milik, according to Italian journalist Fabrizio reports.
Marseille agreed to a €2m loan deal with an option to buy at a further eight million. Initially, the French club wanted to get about 15 million euros, reports Xinhua. Milik deal set to be completed within 24/48 hours after a verbal agreement between the both parties.
It's understood he has agreed personal terms with United over a contract until 2027, and all that is left is for the 20-time English champions to settle on a transfer fee.With their latest offer eclipsing the first, rejected earlier this month, there will be optimism that the Brazil international's push to force a move through will help seal a deal.
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