Inter’s negotiations for the potential signing of Paulo Dybala are now on stand-by.
The Nerazzurri are close to sealing the deal for Chelsea’s Romelu Lukaku on a loan basis but they are looking to sign Dybala on a free transfer as well this summer.
Gianluca di Marzio has stated that despite Inter’s plans, they have put their operation for La Joya on stand-by for now. His future is yet to be sorted out, with Jorge Antun having previously met Inter to discuss a potential transfer for his client this summer.
Now though, talks are on stand-by. No agreement has been reached with Inter yet and there has been an absence of concrete proposals from other clubs. Milan are observing the situation currently but they have not made any attempt to come forward for the Argentine. To understand more about Dybala’s willingness to join other clubs, it would be neccessary to know if he would be willing to take wage-cut.