Juventus forward Paulo Dybala is set to leave his club during the summer transfer window and will meet with Inter during the coming days about the possibility of joining on a free transfer.
This according to Argentine broadcaster TYC Sports, who report that the 28-year-old has decided not to extend his contract after today’s meeting between the club and his representatives.
Dybala’s current deal with the Bianconeri runs out at the end of June and it has always looked far from clear that he would be able to agree a new contract with the club, especially in recent weeks.
The Argentine’s entourage held talks with the club today and according to TYC Sports they did not go positively and look to have led to a decisive break.
The Nerazzurri are foremost among Dybala’s suitors, with CEO Beppe Marotta in particular a fan of the player having also brought him to Juventus from Palermo in the summer of 2015.
Now, Inter will meet with Dybala’s representatives at some point over the coming days in the hopes of agreeing a deal to sign him for next season.