Inter Keen on Signing Juventus Star Paulo Dybala

While it seems that negotiations between Juventus and the Argentinian international Paulo Dybala are on the verge of collapsing, Inter are earmarking the situation as they are eager to bring the Bianconeri star to the San Siro next season.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Paulo Dybala is set to reject Juventus’ recent offer to extend his stay at the Allianz Stadium until 2026. Although it seemed like the two parties had reached an agreement earlier within the season, the club officials have decided to alter various conditions within their previous contract proposal. As a result, the Argentine is very dissatisfied with the situation, causing him to move towards refusing the Bianconeri’s contract extension.

With Dybala’s current contract set to expire at the end of this year’s campaign, Beppe Marotta is on the verge of plotting a move for the Juventus star as he is enthusiastic about the idea of converting the Argentinian international to a Nerrazzurri on a free transfer acquisition. With Inter set to offload Auturo Vidal and Matías Vecino from the squad at the end of this year’s Serie A season, Marotta believes that Dybala would be a perfect fit for Inzaghi’s side.

Since his arrival to the Bianconeri from Palermo, Dybala has scored 109 goals in 274 appearances and has played a pivotal role in helping Juventus win five consecutive Serie A titles through his excellent technical ability, his prolific goal-scoring ability from long range, and his flair of creativity within the final third of the pitch.

Throughout their time together in Turin, Marotta and Dybala have developed a very close relationship as it was the Italian mastermind who pushed the Old Lady to sign the Argentinian international from Palermo. As a result, Marotta hopes that his tightly-knit bond with the 28 year-old attacking-midfielder can help persuade Dybala in leaving Juventus for the Nerazzurri at the end of the season.