Inter could make room for the wages of Paulo Dybala through the departures of Alexis Sanchez, Matias Vecino, and Arturo Vidal in the summer.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazurri are considering how the departures of some players at the end of the season could make a move for Dybala on a free transfer feasible.
Even without a transfer fee attached, the signing of Dybala would not come cheap for the Nerazzurri, with the club reportedly ready to offer him a salary of €7.5 million net per season should he not extend his contract with Juventus.
This amount is around what Alexis Sanchez currently earns at Inter, but with the key distinction that the club would not benefit from the Growth Decree in the taxes for the Argentine’s salary, meaning that the gross amount would be considerably higher.
This means that offloading Sanchez alone would not make space in the Nerazzurri’s wage bill for Dybala, but if the departures of Vidal and Vecino are accounted for, the operation begins to look more feasible.