Juventus could already have a plan in place to replace Paulo Dybala amid strong links to Inter on a free transfer, with the Bianconeri considering Sassuolo’s Giacomo Raspadori as a possible replacement.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that Juventus are considering the Neroverdi striker as a summer transfer target should Dybala leave at the end of his current deal.
Inter are closely following Dybala’s situation with the Bianconeri, whilst the likes of Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Real Betis, and Roma are also among the clubs considering a move for the Argentine.
Juventus are not likely to offer the 28-year-old more than a three-year deal worth a net of €7 million per season to extend his deal which expires at the end of June, and should he not accept then he will be free to leave on a free transfer.
The Bianconeri could already be preparing for life after Dybala based on their reported interest in Raspadori, and this could pave the way for Inter to move for him.