Inter are not the only club keeping tabs on Paulo Dybala as the likes of Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint Germain and Manchester City are all keeping an eye on the Argentinian according to Turin based newspaper Tuttosport.
According to the report, the situation of the Argentine, who is no longer untouchable and has an as yet undefined future, just like Mauro Icardi. The fate of Icardi could heavily affect that of his fellow Argentine, creating a lot of work for the Juventus director Fabio Paratici ahead of the transfer market in June that in fact has, in a sense, already begun.
New Inter CEO, Marotta, holds Dybala in great esteem and appreciation of his character as well as from a technical point of view and the Argentine has had the opportunity to mature over the past few years at Juventus after Marotta brought him from Palermo.
Inter’s thoughts on Dybala also tie in to the tactical aspects, replacing if necessary Icardi with a striker in the mould of Dybala would help Lautaro Martinez’s growth: a player in which the Inter management have a lot of faith in, which is understandable given the good form that the 21 year old has shown when he has been called upon this season.
Furthermore, replacing Icardi with a top player stolen away from Juventus, would make the separation from the captain a little less painful.
Suning maintain they absolutely do not want to say goodbye to their captain, but everything is still to be decided and Tuttosport also explains how Juventus would not want to sell Dybala, who is valued at €150 Million.