Juventus director Fabio Paratici is in London, not only for Romelu Lukaku and Paulo Dybala, but also Moise Kean, Joao Cancelo, Sami Khedira, Blaise Matuidi, Mario Mandzukic, Mattia Perin and Daniele Rugani.
Sky Sport Italia note Paratici flew out today for negotiations in London, primarily with Manchester United for the Dybala-Lukaku exchange.
However, ilbianconero.com point out there are plenty of other Juve players who could be heading to the Premier League this summer and he’ll have a series of meetings.
Matuidi and Mandzukic have been linked with Manchester United, perhaps as alternatives should Dybala decide he doesn’t want to come to Old Trafford.
Kean is ready to complete his €30m plus up to €10m bonuses transfer to Everton, with agent Mino Raiola working out the details of personal terms, believed to be a five-year contract worth €3m per season.
Juve won’t have a buy-back clause as such, but a promise they can match any offer if there is a future sale.
Other deals are still very much in the works and Paratici’s presence in London can speed up the process.
Manchester City have been targeting Cancelo for months and have been unwilling to meet the €60m asking price, but as time drags on, there could be a discount.
Goalkeeper Perin had been ready to join Benfica when he failed a medical, but the €15m transfer could be done with Aston Villa instead.
Midfielder Khedira was approached by both Arsenal and Wolves, while the Gunners would like to take Rugani on a two-year loan, a proposal rejected by Juventus.
The Premier League seems to be resolving many of the Bianconeri’s issues, particularly when it comes to selling players who are surplus to requirements, such as Khedira, Matuidi, Mandzukic and Perin.