Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin feels that Inter should think twice before they dive into a move for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala on a free transfer in the summer.
Writing in his column for Italian news outlet TuttoMercatoWeb, Biasin emphasized that there are potential drawbacks and complications which could mean that a move for the 28-year-old is far from a foolproof idea.
Dybala still looks far away from agreeing an extension on his current deal with the Bianconeri, which is set to expire at the end of June.
The Nerazzurri are reportedly preparing the ground on a move for the Argentine should he be unable to come to an agreement with his current club on a new deal.
Signing Dybala without a transfer fee from major rivals would undoubtedly be a sensational signing for Inter which would have the potential to greatly improve their quality, but as Biasin points out, there are still reasons for apprehension.
“Many say ‘he will go to Inter,'” he writes of the Argentine’s situation. “Personally, I’m not convinced it’s such a simple or ‘brilliant’ idea.”
“Deciding to focus on the Argentine – who, let’s be clear, is a great player, means committing €60-70 million at least between a signing fee, commissions, and a multi-year contract,” Biasin continues.
He considers that this could be “Too risky even for a talent like his, especially due to the recent ‘inconsistency in form.'”