Inter offer Dybala deal with bonuses for games played

by | Jun 23, 2022 22:44

Inter have formulated their contract proposal to Paulo Dybala, but it is significantly less than he would’ve earned at Juventus, with bonuses to protect the club in case of injuries.

The Argentina international is a free agent, as Juve had originally agreed a €10m per season deal before withdrawing the offer.

He was linked with numerous clubs, but has not found the queue of big clubs he was expecting for his signature.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter have now formulated their proposal and it is for a basic €5m per season salary, plus an extra €1m if he plays at least 50 per cent of their games that term.

This is essentially a pay as you play contract, giving the club protection in case Dybala’s injury problems flare up again.

The 28-year-old managed only 29 Serie A appearances for Juventus this term, plus 10 in all other competition, with just five in the Champions League.

He nonetheless scored 15 goals and provided six assists.

Inter have also asked agent Jorge Antun to lower his commission demands for the free agent, and as a result are currently talking directly only to intermediary Fabrizio De Vecchi rather than to Antun himself.

The salary would also have other performance-related bonuses, but the basic sum of €5m is certainly a lot less than the €7m plus bonuses he was asking for.

Another note is the presence of a release clause in Dybala’s contract for a future sale.


  1. Inter fan

    I’m so happy about this news as an Inter fan Thank you Marotta

  2. Angelo

    I think he is a good player, but nothing spectacular. He has been guided by the wrong people. It seems like even Antun will have to lower his pay packet. Great agent. Get less for your client as well as yourself. Sevilla offering £3 million is a fare price, but I can see him grovelling for this Inter move.

  3. Yepe

    Inter remains having more money than the neighbour to sign new players.


    Meanwhile milan new owners worst than sunning LOL

  5. Az

    Milan will win Scudetto again.
    I love it how people make fin of Milan yet again to get their a kicked yet again.

  6. Inter

    Az – credit to Milan for winning, but the tough games at the end of the season when they were meaningless to their opponents (and it showed in their performance) turned out to be the biggest blessing. Inter dominated all games against Milan and have the far superior team, Next year unless anything changes, inter coast to the title. Interesting to see if they lose anyone but with Skriniar no longer that interesting to psg, they may only sell the bench players plus bring in Dybala and Bremer (who’s the replacement needed for ranocchia). Very strong team

  7. serie a lover6

    bad look for dybala. i think he would look to fire his agent after this season. talk about overplaying your hand

  8. bur

    AZ – hahahahahaha it will not happen next 10 years


    “This is essentially a pay as you play contract, giving the club protection in case Dybala’s injury problems flare up again.”

    How can anyone claim something like this?

    Even with this formula, he would be pocketing 5M if he misses the ENTIRE season.

    @Inter: sorry to dissapoint but Bremer is not a replacement for Ranocchia. He was supposed to be replacement of De Vrij, so pray for someone to buy him.

  10. geedup

    How about the signing on bonus? Usually this is one of the main reasons players (and their agents) choose to move on as a contract renewal (i.e. if he stayed at Juve) wouldn’t normally include that.

  11. Sigh

    If Dybala accepts this, then he is a joke. Would he have accepted similar terms at Juve? It seems to me that only 10 million would do there.

  12. DB Milan

    Will be happy to see him injured at Inter instead of Juve this season. A change is as good as a rest. Meanwhile, Milan will continue to spend money wisely, leaving the has-beens to suck money from the clubs foolish enough to employ them.

  13. Ahmed Hossam

    DB Milan

    That is hilarious. You have the biggest has Been in Serie A and he gets paid for getting treated nearly all season. Do you want to compare Dybala’s numbers in terms of appearances last season to your washed up Swede?

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