Inter have made an offer to Juventus forward Paulo Dybala to join on a five-year deal worth a net of €7.5 million plus add-ons in the summer.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that Nerazzurri CEO Beppe Marotta has put the offer forward to the 28-year-old’s agent Jorge Antun.
Dybala’s agent will meet with the Bianconeri on Thursday for decisive contract talks, and it is far from certain that the Argentine will agree a new deal with his club in the end.
Juventus reportedly have an offer on the table worth €7 million net per season for three season, and the player is reportedly not satisfied with the size of the offer.
Should Dybala decide to rejected the Bianconeri’s offer then he will be free to negotiate with other clubs about a free transfer during the summer transfer window.
The Nerazzurri are not wasting any time in trying to seize on this opportunity should it arise, and have already gotten to work trying to convince the player with their offer.