Inter take first step in efforts to sign Dybala

Inter are incredibly interested in signing Paulo Dybala on a free transfer and they’ve opened talks with his agent Jorge Antun.

The 28-year-old Argentinian forward seems destined to leave Juventus at the end of the season after failing to agree a contract renewal with the club. He has made 274 appearances for the Bianconeri since his arrival in 2015 and his departure would be a big blow for coach Massimiliano Allegri, who is already short on attacking talent.

As reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter’s CEO Beppe Marotta spoke to Dybala’s agent Antun on the phone recently to discuss a possible deal. The agent is expected to arrive in Italy later this month or in early February and it’s likely that he’ll meet with the Nerazzurri.

The departures of Arturo Vidal and Matias Vecino guarantee Inter around €16m gross in savings, allowing them to make a strong offer to Dybala. The Milanese club would offer the Argentinian forward the same salary that Christian Eriksen once received: €7.5m net per season for five years plus add-ons linked to objectives, as well as a hefty signing bonus.

Dybala currently earns €7.3m net per season with Juventus, although they did offer him €8m plus €2m in add-ons per season back in October. Tottenham and Barcelona are also keen on signing him, so Inter will have to work hard to convince the 28-year-old.

10 Comments on “Inter take first step in efforts to sign Dybala”

  1. I am not warm to this idea but Moratta knows best! Maybe Dybala will like Moratta and Conte get his revenge!!!

  2. Which is why we won the Chmpions League and you’re still obsessing over it whilst playing like Jube!

  3. Dybala is exactly the type of player Milan needs, bar the injury baggage. Do we have the resources to pay silly wages? Nope. I don’t think he has ever hit the true heights expected of him at Juventus. If Inter can afford him, then it’s a no brainer.

  4. He could be a great option if Sanchez leaves. However, personally prefer signing Julian Alvarez and let Dybala go to Barca.

  5. @ Rosario

    I thought Diaz was a great player, why would Milan suddenly need Dybala now? Didn’t you say Diaz created and then somehow scored a goal at the same time in the last match? 😂

    Stop picking on midget players you midget or I’ll tell your mommy on you.

  6. Inter fans are in the love with the idea of his signature because of what he means to Juve. Don’t forget he’s a 28 yr old, expensive, injury prone trequartista – he should fit in well!

  7. Yes Dmustac, unlike Juve who was dumb enough to sack Conte and Marotta Inter actually value their abilities. What does that say about Juve now that they’re Inter B? of course fans like you would rather find excuses and close your eyes about the incompetence of your board and your mercenaries of a team. Keep the insults coming and never be angry about your own team, please. The longer Juve is in the banter era, the better.

  8. Interello you won cl and prior to that sold ibra for sneijder etoo and milito. Thats great bussines, but you would never get ibra for 23 million if it wasnt calciopoli. So no calciopoli, no ibra, no inter success.

    Sorry for spitting truth, like always its something people dont like to admit.

  9. @DMUSTAC… Juve won only when they signed Bonucci, Cannavaro, Pirlo and possibly Lippi. they were like Inter b

    @DAMIR MUSTAĆ… if you didn’t like calciopoli then tell your beloved team to not CHEAT, simple!

    Sorry for spitting truth, like always its something people dont like to admit.

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