Inter are the club currently keenest on signing Paulo Dybala should he not agree a contract extension with Juventus in the coming weeks.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are the most interested club watching on as the Bianconeri hold decisive contract talks with him tomorrow.
Juventus will sit down with Dybala’s agent tomorrow to try and get the player’s future worked out, and the Turin giants are almost certain to make an offer lower than the one that had been put forward in the fall.
The Bianconeri had at one point reportedly offered a new deal until 2026 worth €8 million net per season plus another €2 million in add-ons, whilst they are likely to offer just €7 million per season on a three-year deal now.
Should the Argentine not accept Juventus’s offer, then there would be no shortage of clubs across Europe interested in his signature, with the Gazzetta naming Atletico Madrid and Manchester City among his suitors.
However, for the moment it is Inter who are working most closely to try and convince him to sign should he leave Juventus in the summer.