Former Juventus star Paulo Dybala is now starting to open up to the possibility of considering offers from outside of Italy.
Inter have been putting their move for Dybala on hold recently and the Argentine drew links with a move to newly promoted Serie A side Monza, apart from drawing links with Milan.
Gianluca di Marzio has now claimed that Inter have indeed put their move for La Joya on stand-by for a while now but no offers have arrived from the likes of Milan, Napoli or Roma, who are all said to be keeping tabs on the ex-Palermo star. As a result, Dybala is starting to open up to considering offers from destinations such as England and Spain.
Recently, Arsenal and Manchester United were said to have made enquiries for the player and Atletico Madrid have also drawn links with him. There have been suggestions that Inter are waiting to sell players to make financial room for Dybala.