Milan make contact for Paulo Dybala but Inter remain ahead in chase

Paulo Dybala will leave Juventus on a free transfer this summer, with a plethora of Italian clubs, including Inter, Milan and Roma, keeping tabs on the Argentinian playmaker.

According to Corriere della Sera, Inter have maintained an advantage over other clubs in their pursuit of Paulo Dybala. Milan have kept an eye on the player but are unwilling to meet the demands regarding the salary of the player.

The Rossoneri have not started negotiating with the entourage of the player yet as they want La Joya to reduce the extent of his financial requests, but first contact has been made in recent hours. Elliott group had telephone conversations with the Argentine’s entourage and they wanted to explore the potential finances of the move. It should be noted that it was not a negotiation but only a chat to know more about La Joya. Roma have also been monitoring the situation. 

Over the last few months, Jose Mourinho’s side has emerged as an interested party in Dybala’s chase. But so far, it has been Inter leading the queue. The report claims that the Nerazzurri have recently made fresh contacts with the player’s camp.

Milan, at the moment, have other priorities as well. They are keen on making moves for Sven Botman and Renato Sanches. Hamed Traorè is the latest addition their transfer wishlist for the summer transfer window.

In all, Milan will not go forward with their interest in the 28-year-old Argentinian unless they find the deal profitable.

Jyotirmoy Halder

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