Former Palermo director Rino Foschi has said that if Paulo Dybala joins Inter for extra money then it is not Juventus who have given a bad impression of themselves, according to a report in the Italian print media.
Speaking during an interview with Tuttosport, Rino Foschi came down on the side of Juventus when it comes to the contract negotiations for Paulo Dybala.
Rino Foschi feels that the money being asked for by Paulo Dybala is something that Juventus could do without paying and his experience as a manager tells him that he would rather lose the player.
“Now I don’t know what will happen: yes, maybe Juventus could have tried to close the renewal earlier, but football has changed and certain contracts of €8-10 million net per season make the difference.
“As a manager, I say that I would probably do the same: I understand some of Juventus’ arguments. In these cases, usually, whoever manages the players looks around and plays to the upside.
“Therefore the company must make its own assessments and not think too much about where Dybala could or could not go in case of release.”
He then suggested that if the player chooses to join Inter for slightly more money, then it will reflect worse on Paulo Dybala than it will on Juventus.
“Everyone does their own business, then if the player goes to Inter for one or two million more, well, it’s not Juve that makes a bad impression on us.”
Rino Foschi was one of the first people to deal with Paulo Dybala as the Argentine made his name at Palermo before getting his move to Juventus.