Inter are still looking to sign Juventus forward Paulo Dybala, who looks to be further and further away from agreeing on a new contract with his current club.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are closely following the Argentine’s situation with a view to a free transfer during the summer window.
With Juventus making a significant financial commitment to secure the signing of Dusan Vlahovic, renewing with Dybala looks to be less of a priority for them.
The Bianconeri will return to talks with the 28-year-old in February, but they are likely to be offering a reduced amount in terms of wages compared to what they had been offering, as well as a shorter contract.
The Argentine currently earns a net of €7.3 million per seasons plus add-ons, and Juventus could look to lower this amount.
Should the Bianconeri’s offer be significantly less than Dybala expects, then the forward will likely look to offers elsewhere, and the Nerazzurri are ready to make their move.