Inter have made their first offer for Paulo Dybala in the first meeting involving the two parties.
Earlier today, Dybala’s entourage had arrived in Milan to meet with Inter executives at the club’s headquarters. Some developments were expected on that front.
Gianluca di Marzio has now reported that during the meeting, the Nerazzurri made their first offer for the Argentine. They put forward a four-year deal of around €4 million per season and the overall outcome of the meeting was a rather positive one.
The demand of the player is still higher than what Inter have offered and they want €8 million plus bonuses. The distance between the two parties has been described as normal but it is a gap which can be bridged. Both parties are expected to have another meeting in the next few days.
The meeting has been described as a ‘contructive’ one and both parties left with a good taste in the mouth. It has been previously described that Dybala only wants to join Inter.