Gazzetta: Inter send message to Dybala

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter are still interested in signing Paulo Dybala but need time to finalise the deal as they first need to sell two strikers.

The Argentinean is available as a free agent after Juventus decided against extending his contract in March.

The Argentinean striker has been in talks with Inter for several weeks, but there haven’t been relevant updates in the last few days, especially since the Nerazzurri managed to get Romelu Lukaku back from Chelsea on loan.

According to Gazzetta, Inter spoke to the striker’s representative yesterday, reiterating that they are still interested in signing him.

However, due to financial reasons, the Serie A giants need time to finalise the agreement as they must first sell two strikers.

Inter are willing to listen to offers Edin Dzeko, Joaquin Correa and Alexis Sanchez, but haven’t received any concrete proposal for the first two, while the Chile international has rejected an offer from Villarreal.

The Nerazzurri have reportedly offered Dybala a €7m-a-year deal, including bonuses related to games played. Milan are also monitoring the Argentinean striker but can’t match his salary demands.

5 Comments on “Gazzetta: Inter send message to Dybala”

  1. Look around, no major clubs around Europe have come to the table. They know his entourage are trouble. Then you have his fitness issues, the ability to ghost in big games and his attitude thinking he is a top 5 player in the world. Not even close. Sevilla offered him £3 million a season and that is a fair price. That club is perfect for him as he is not Real Madrid calibre. Inter are only interested in him to get one over Juve.

  2. @Jeremey Great analysis. Everyone was dissing Juve management for the offer they made him but look at what’s being given to him now… Pay for play contracts… Because everyone really knows he’s a liability and an expensive one at that. His agent is a nightmare to deal with so everyone will play for time and then he’ll be forced to take a poor deal at the expense of not having a club next season. It’s right that everyone waits…he needs a club more than a club needs him.

  3. @AP lol a poor deal considering his quality. Dybala ‘s abilities are not in question, but the price to pay for them and his fitness issues plus inconsistency….

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