Inter are now really beginning to consider the signing of Paulo Dybala on a free transfer from Juventus during the summer transfer window now that it is confirmed he’ll leave in the summer.

This according to Italian journalist Luca Marchetti, who explained on Sky Sport Italia that until Monday it was not clear that the Argentine would leave his current club in the summer, but now that it is the Nerazzurri are becoming more serious in their interest.

Dybala’s contract standoff with Juventus has gone on for some time, and Inter have been reportedly following the situation closely for months.

For as long as it looked like there was a good chance that the player would renew then the Nerazzurri could not really begin their pursuit of him, but now it is clear that he is available.

Inter do not look set to move for the Argentine right away, but with the situation as it has now unfolded, they can plot their move for him knowing that he is a realistic target.

“Dybala and his agent thought they were still negotiating with Juventus until [Monday],” Marchetti. “Inter didn’t go got it right away – they’ll think about it before doing so. Marotta knows how much of a contribution he can make.”