Milan are yet to make contact to sign Paulo Dybala on a free transfer once his Juventus contract ends.
Recent reports have linked Milan with potentially hijacking Inter’s move for Dybala this summer, even though the Nerazzurri seem quite close to sealing the deal for the Argentine.
Gianluca di Marzio though has recently told Sky Italia (via MilanNews) that Milan have not made contact to sign Dybala yet and neither have Roma been in touch with the agent of the player.
He stated: “Dybala will not wait indefinitely for Inter’s decision and therefore, with his agent, he will begin to look around. He has not had direct contact with Milan and Roma.”
Dybala’s entourage has already held talks with Inter, who presented their first offer for the player. But there is still a gap between the demands of the player and what Inter are offering, meaning that the deal isn’t completely done yet.