Press reports revealed Inter Milan’s plan to include Argentine Paulo Dybala, Juventus striker, after his contract expired at the end of this season.
Argentine Paulo Dybala has a contract with Juventus that extends until June 2022, and the old lady’s management has not yet reached an agreement with the player to renew his contract.
The Italian newspaper, La Gazzetta dello Sport, published a headline on its front cover this Sunday morning, saying, “Inter summons Dybala, which tells of a friction between Pepe Marotta and the Juventus striker’s agent. There will also be a summit on Thursday with the Juventus administration to decide the player’s future.”
The newspaper added, that Inter Milan officials are seeking to include Dybala in a free deal that does not cost the Nerazzurri coffers any money, his counterpart transferred to “Giuseppe Meazza”.
The Inter Milan administration hopes to include Paulo Dybala to form a strong offensive partnership with his compatriot Lautaro Martinez, especially in light of the 35-year-old Bosnian Edin Dzeko.