Inter and Manchester City are both ready to offer Juventus forward contracts to sign on a free transfer in the summer.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are ready to take a concrete step towards bringing the Argentine in but will be rivalled by City.
Dybala still looks far away from agreeing an extension with the Bianconeri, who are no longer offering the five-year deal worth a net of €8 million per season that they had been in the autumn.
The 28-year-old is unhappy that his club now look to only be ready to offer a shorter deal on lower wages, possibly around €7 million net per season, and generally feels increasingly irritated with his treatment.
The Nerazzurri are ready to swoop and could make Dybala an offer soon, but they would face competition for his signature given the player’s quality and the fact that he could be available without a transfer fee.
A number of major European clubs appear to be interested, but according to the report it is Premier League giants Manchester City who are immediately ready to rival Inter with an offer of their own.