Inter will undertake a busy week this time, with a plethora of deals—including the names of Paulo Dybala, Kristjan Asllani, and Milan Škriniar—involving Simone Inzaghi’s side.
As reported by Corriere della Sera, Inter have entered the last stage of the deals for Paulo Dybala and Kristjan Asllani. While the deal regarding the Argentinian requires the final details over the player’s annual salary, Asllani is understood to be one step away from his desired move to Milano.
As mentioned previously, Inter have offered La Joya’s agent Jorge Antun a reported net salary of around €6million plus bonuses at an initial three-year contract with an option for an additional year.
Asllani will join the Nerazzurri as a deputy for Marcelo Brozović. Dybala’s addition, on the other hand, will enrich Inzaghi’s attacking prowess. Amid the news of potential arrivals, there are uncertain clouds lurking over the imminent future of Milan Škriniar.
Paris Saint-Germain, one of the interested parties in the defender’s pursuit, have reportedly decided to raise their initial offer to €60million. Inter are monitoring Torino’s Gleison Bremer as a suitable replacement for the Slovak professional.