Italian journalist Sebastiano Vernazza believes that it could be the right fit for Paulo Dybala to join Inter in the summer if he hopes to show Juventus what they’re losing by letting him go.
Writing in his column in today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, the journalist suggests that the motivation to get revenge on the Bianconeri could push him to sign for the Nerazzurri.
Juventus have decided to part ways with Dybala, with the Turin giants evidently believing that moving on from him to other players is preferable to handing him a significant contract extension to be at the centre of their project.
The Argentine still has the obvious quality to play an important role elsewhere, and were he to join the Nerazzurri, then he could hope to get one over on the club who have not shown faith in him after seven years of service.
Vernazza writes that “Dybala and his agent must decide what they want to do. If they are motivated by the desire for a big contract for life, a signature that will set him up financially forever, they will launch an auction and deliver themselves to the highest bidder.”
“Inter will not participate in ‘bullish’ negotiations,” he predicts, “they will make their proposal and from there they will not budge apart from minor rounding off around the edges.”
“Beppe Marotta is not as harsh as Arrivabene, but he shares with his colleague the sensitivity to the accounts and to financial balance,” he goes on.
“However, if Dybala has in his head and his stomach the desire for revenge, Inter is the ideal solution,” he continues.
“Is there a better place to go than Inter for a player who is looking to prove a point to Juve?” he poses.
Vernazza suggests that “On the technical level, Dybala can become the variable that Simone Inzaghi lacks, guaranteeing the brilliant moment, the shot or the surprise assist, the stroke of the oar in the calm sea.”