Inter fans should not be surprised if Beppe Marotta makes a move for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala one day, a leading Italian journalist explained today.
Marotta signed Dybala for the Bianconeri from Palermo back in 2015 and is thought to still be on great terms with La Joya.
Inter were heavily linked with a move for the 27-year-old in 2019 when Mauro Icardi was subject to interest from Juventus – and it seems a second attempt to sign Dybala cannot be ruled out.
Speaking to Calciomercato.it, as quoted by FcInter1908.it, Libero columnist and Inter supporter Fabrizio Biasin revealed: “Inter’s interest in Dybala would depend entirely on the future of the club at a corporate level.
“What’s for certain is that Marotta and Dybala have always had a great rapport.
“When Marotta left Juventus, he made a promise with the Argentine that they would work together again one day.”
Dybala has endured a torrid season under Andrea Pirlo this year, making just 16 appearances in all competitions amid a series of injury issues.
His contract expires at the end of next season and it remains to be seen what decision Juventus will make regarding the forward’s future.
Dybala has scored three goals and provided two assists for the Bianconeri during the current campaign.