Juventus may be forced to sell Paulo Dybala to Inter if Paris Saint-Germain do not step up their interest for the forward, according to Tuttomercatoweb.
La Joya remains Beppe Marotta’s primary target this month and a swap deal with Inter’s former captain Mauro Icardi remains possible.
PSG have been linked with Philippe Coutinho and a move for the ex-Interista would see them withdraw their interest for Dybala.
Inter would at that point become a very likely destination, given that Juve need some cash and Dybala is the asset identified to provide it.
Manchester United and Tottenham both moved for Dybala before the Premier League’s transfer window shut, but neither club were able to circumnavigate problems relating to the forward’s image rights.
Both Marotta and PSG’s new sporting director Leonardo are on good terms with Pierpaolo Triulzi, who currently owns them, though, meaning it might be possible to reach a compromise agreement.