Inter Could Soon Revive Pursuit of Roma Centerpiece

Inter picked Romelu Lukaku over Paulo Dybala a couple of years ago when he left Juventus on a free. They could reignite their interest this summer under the right circumstances. La Joya has an affordable release clause, but that’s a bigger threat when foreign sides are involved.

According to TuttoSport, the striker believes not playing in the Champions League contributed to the missed call-up for the upcoming Copa America. The Giallorossi didn’t qualify during his two seasons there.

Inter would have to pay €20M for Dybala, but Roma can avoid the situation by handing him a sizeable bonus. That’s not the case for non-Serie A clubs, who can poach him for just €12M. Obviously, the player needs to sign off on the transfer and has seemed extremely comfortable in the Italian capital.

The Nerazzurri must part ways with Marko Arnautovic and Joaquin Correa to onboard a new striker. The former has ostensibly voiced his desire to stay put. The Scudetto winner have also shown considerable interest in Albert Gudmundsson, but his price tag is high.

Our Take on Inter and Dybala

They were surely keen in the past and could use that kind of player to be even more menacing up front. Still, the rumors might come more from his restless entourage, as he’ll have to get a new deal sooner rather than later, than from potential suitors. The Nerazzurri need to clear a significant roadblock before adding a new weapon is really in play for them.

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