Manchester United are reportedly closing in on the signing of Juve striker Mario Mandzukic after agreeing personal terms with the Croatian.
Juventus have been in talks to sign United forward Romelu Lukaku and both Mandzukic and Paulo Dybala have been offered to the Red devils as part of the deal.
According to Dailymail, Mandzukic has now agreed a three-year deal worth around £120,000 a week with Manchester United.
The report also claims that United and Juventus have agreed a fee of around £15 million for the Croatia international, but that could be included in the overall deal to sign Lukaku.
Earlier this week, reports claimed that Juve and Lukaku had reached an agreement over personal terms for the player but the deal depends on whether Dybala agrees to move in the opposite direction to the theatre of dreams.
According to the Sunday Times, Dybala is demanding a significant increase from his current contract with Juventus which would see him earn more than £190,000 a week at United.
Paulo Dybala’s representatives are also demanding a commission of more than £10m to sign the Argentina international.
Mario Mandzukic, meanwhile, scored 10 goals in 33 matches for Juventus last campaign.
But the forward is not part of Maurizio Sarri’s plans at the club after the Italian left Chelsea to replace Massimiliano Allegri as head coach earlier this summer.