Inter CEO Beppe Marotta could engineer a move for Paulo Dybala on a free transfer in the event that Alexis Sanchez departs from the club.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, who report that the Nerazzurri executive is thinking of moving for the Argentine if Sanchez heads towards the exit door.
Juventus and Dybala will part ways in the summer with the Bianconeri looking reluctant to offer a significant contract to a player who they feel is unreliable due to persistent physical problems.
Marotta is still a fan, however, and believes that the best can still be gotten out of the 28-year-old, much as he had signed Andrea Pirlo to Juventus from AC Milan on a similar free transfer in 2011.
The Nerazzurri CEO would be ready to gamble on the emergence of Dybala’s best form in a Nerazzurri shirt despite some physical problems, though the departure of Sanchez would be a necessary condition in all likelihood.