Now that Inter have secured Romelu Lukaku’s return on loan from Chelsea, they are resuming negotiations with Paulo Dybala and his representatives.

The Nerazzurri put Dybala on the back-burner while they finalised the deal with Chelsea, taking Lukaku back on a paid loan for €8m plus performance-related bonuses, while the striker is accepting a 35 per cent pay cut to make the return stick.

Dybala was placed to one side, but those negotiations resumed today, according to Sky Sport Italia, Sportitalia and

Rather than go directly via agent Jorge Antun, though, this time director Beppe Marotta met with intermediary Fabrizio De Vecchi instead.

This comes after reports that one of the issues holding up Dybala’s move was the excessive commission requested by Antun.

La Joya is a free agent after his contract with Juventus was allowed to expire, the Bianconeri at first agreeing a €10m per season salary for a renewal, then withdrawing the offer.

It is believed he is now asking for €8m per season plus bonuses, but Inter are stuck at €6m.

There were also some suggestions that Milan and Roma could get back into the race for Dybala, but they seem to have moved onto other targets.

5 thought on “Inter resume talks with Dybala intermediary”
  1. This guy is a loser and now asking for more. I will not be surprised if Inter finds the cash, but one has to ask, how is this possible? Even if they sell Skriniar, it is taking like for like in terms of replacing wages.

  2. @tony: Inter will be getting rid of Vecino, Vidal, Sanchez salaries above all. Dzeko may also be on his way out after his dissapointing 2nd half of the season.

  3. Juve discussions apparently broke down over agent fees and they got so fed up they cancelled the deal. Shame it is happening again.Sounds like agents trying to ransom the club.Dybala needs to take control of it. He is the player. He should be the boss…not his extensive agent entourage.

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