The Argentinean will leave the Allianz Stadium at the end of his contract in June and the defending Serie A champions appear to be in pole position to secure his services.
The Nerazzurri have yet to make a formal offer to sign La Joya, but Dybala hasn’t ruled out the possibility of joining Juventus‘ biggest rivals in the summer.
According to Calciomercato.com, Dybala has bought a new house in Milan, close to Inter’s headquarters. Dybala signed the contract last month and could permanently move to his new apartment in the next few weeks if he signs with the Nerazzurri. This doesn’t mean Dybala will surely join the Serie A giants but confirms the Argentinean striker likes the city and wouldn’t mind living there.
Inter director Beppe Marotta has been in talks with the striker’s entourage for several months and will put his offer on the table in the next few days. Meantime, Dybala has already found accommodation in town.
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