Inter are edging closer to securing the services of Paulo Dybala, who will leave Juventus as a free agent this summer.
According to journalist Alfredo Pedullà, Inter’s interest in Dybala has gathered the momentum recently, with the chief executive officer of the club, Giuseppe Marotta, looking to strike a deal for the playmaker ahead of the summer transfer window.
Pedullà’s report understands that at least three clubs from Premier League and La Liga have already submitted an offer for La Joya.
As suggested by various reports, the 28-year-old wants to stay in Italy beyond next summer. And thus, Inter becomes his preferred destination. But Nerazzurri hold several complications, with the future of Alexis Sanchez being one of the main reasons Marotta has not put in an offer for the Argentine.
Plus, Inter continue to keep tabs on Gianluca Scamacca. The availability of the Sassuolo forward could impact Dybala’s potential move to Inter.