Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin has said that it is very unlikely that Inter will attempt to sign Paulo Dybala on a free transfer because his wages would be too expensive, according to a report in the Italian media.
As has been reported by Fabrizio Biasin whilst writing for Calciomercato, via L’Interista, the Argentinian forward is a player that Inter sporting CEO Beppe Marotta is extremely keen on.
The pair worked together whilst Beppe Marotta was at Juventus and Fabrizio Biasin revealed that when the director left the Bianconeri, Paulo Dybala was one of the first to write to him.
“I know that when Beppe Marotta left Juventus, one of the first people to write to him was Paulo Dybala.”
Despite this good relationship that the pair have, Fabrizio Biasin feels it is unlikely to lead to a move to the Nerazzurri for Paulo Dybala because his wages will be unsustainable for Inter.
“I think it’s unlikely. We are talking about a player with an unsustainable salary.”
Paulo Dybala will be out of contract at the end of this season with Juventus and an agreement does not seem imminent.