Inter have a clear advantage in the race to sign Paulo Dybala on a free transfer this summer when he leaves Juventus.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzett dello Sport, who report that there is a long list of clubs interested but that the Nerazzurri have already laid the groundwork on a move for him.
Inter have been closely following Dybala’s contract situation at the Bianconeri and also in contact with the player, so they are already well aware of the dynamics in play and can choose when they wish to make a move for him.
According to the Gazzetta, it is likely only a matter of when the Nerazzurri decide to take the concrete steps, as well as which other clubs emerge to rival them for his signature.
Right now, Atletico Madrid are the keenest of the other clubs chasing the 28-year-old, whilst the likes of Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, PSG, and Barcelona are also keeping tabs.
The Gazzetta reports that the Argentine wants to be at the centre of the project after he has no longer been shown the trust of the Bianconeri, and that Inter he could become an important symbol within the team.
Moreover, the newspaper also notes that with an offer worth €7 million per season including add-ons, the same deal that Lautaro Martinez was given during the fall, the Nerazzurri can likely get a deal done.