Paulo Dybala has agreed to join Inter on a four-year deal, with the Nerazzurri beating a host of other clubs to sign La Joya.
While La Gazzetta dello Sport reported this news, the outlet has also claimed that both Manchester United and Atletico Madrid were interested in securing the services of the 28-year-old Argentinian but never pursued his signature with the same intensity as that of Inter. They did make an approach for the player but they didn’t move forward with it like Beppe Marotta.
Dybala’s contract at Juventus will expire in June 2022. And with the Old Lady reluctant to offer La Joya new terms, the playmaker has agreed to join Inter on a four-year deal for a reported salary of €6million plus bonuses.
Inter management has also guaranteed that Dybala will play the role of a central figure for Simone Inzaghi’s side next season. Inter reportedly reached an agreement with the entourage of the playmaker sometime following a meeting between both parties between Nerazzurri’s game against Bologna and Udinese.