Inter have reportedly opened talks with Paulo Dybala, but representatives of the Argentinean striker are also negotiating with Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester City, reports Il Corriere dello Sport.



Dybala will leave Juventus at the end of his contract in June after being told that he is no longer needed at the club. Tuttosport reports that Beppe Marotta and Piero Ausilio have recently met the striker’s agent, but the defending Serie A champions have yet to table an official contract offer for La Joya.

Meantime, Il Corriere dello Sport adds that Dybala’s representatives are also talking to foreign clubs, especially Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester City. One of Dybala’s intermediaries has recently travelled to England and according to the report, Dybala’s move abroad is the most likely option, given that the Argentinean would prefer not to face Juventus as an opponent.

‘The risk is to lose another Serie A star seeing him move abroad,’ the report claims.

However, English clubs are not the only ones interested in Dybala. Atletico Madrid have been keeping a close eye on La Joya for many years also because of the striker’s close bond with Diego Simeone. The Colchoneros’ President Enrique Cerezo has refused to rule out a move for Dybala in the summer.

Atletico Madrid President refuses to rule out move for Dybala

4 thought on “Negotiations ongoing as Tottenham, Arsenal and City aim to beat Inter to signing Dybala”
  1. We will never miss very much our la joya, he will always stay with us and simply we can imagine that he is injured before every game and he is sitting and supporting us from the stands just this time not need to pay 10mil a season, forza Dybala!

  2. FORZA Juve, show some respect!
    Yes, Dybala did not end up being the next Messi, but he showed up a lot of affection for the club so I think the least we could do as fans is to thank him for his service and wish him good luck!

  3. @bonnzi I couldn’t agree more. He has done alot for Juve over the years and we need to be grateful. I wish you all the best Paulo.

    @tsobhung you’re right. Seria A doesn’t need foreign players anymore because you produce so many fantastic players lately. I can’t wait to see you play in the world cup

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