The Inter of Milan looks for how to host Paulo Dybala

Paulo Dybala’s departure from Juventus at the end of the season was surprising but expected news, given how the negotiations between club and player have progressed in recent months. It was Maurizio Arrivabene, CEO of the Turin team who recognized that the Vecchia Signora would not bet on the one from Laguna Larga.

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With the situation of the Argentine coming to the public, in recent days a handful of teams have emerged willing to take over their services. In Spain, Atlético de Madrid, Real Betis or FC Barcelona have been linked to Dybala, PSG in France. However, the best placed seems to be Inter Milan, who will have to make moves to make room for them.

Two key exits

As noted La Gazzetta dello Sport, in San Siro they will have to do accounts to make room for the Argentine star. In that sense, the departures of Arturo Vidal and Alexis Sánchez would allow Inter to greatly reduce the club’s wage bill. And it is that, the sum of the salaries of Chileans exceeds €13m net, a figure with which the signing of the Argentine could be allowed, who seeks to receive close to €10Mas the Italian press points out.

This signing will be an addition to an offensive line that has suffered after the departure of Romelu Lukaku and Achraf Hakimi in the last transfer market. For Dybala it means taking, once again, the reins of a team. Something that had not happened since 2018, before the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo in Turin. A win-win for team and player.

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