Inter legend and Sky Sport pundit Giuseppe Bergomi said he does not think Paulo Dybala would suit playing for Jose Mourinho’s side.

Dybala will officially leave Juve when his contract expires on June 30 and, while Inter are considered the frontrunners for the Argentina forward’s signature, Roma have also been linked with a move.

Giallorossi legend Francesco Totti said he speak to Dybala when the two met a recent charity game at San Siro.

However, Bergomi is not convinced a move to the capital would be best. Speaking on Sky Sport, he said: “Roma need a target man like [Tammy] Abraham but then there are trequartisti such as [Lorenzo] Pellegrini and [Nicolo] Zaniolo who, with Dybala, would be difficult to put together.

“I have nothing against Dybala. I think he’s a top player. He combines well with the striker but it depends on the tactical shape.”

Dybala first moved to Italy in 2012 when he joined Palermo from Instituto in his native Argentina.

After two impressive seasons with the Sicilian side, he moved to Juventus where he soon caught the world’s attention.

In all, he won five Serie A titles and the Coppa Italia four times. He also reached the 2017 Champions League final and was voted Serie A MVP in 2020.

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