Italian journalist Stefano Agresti feels that Inter would not struggle to accommodate the wages of Paulo Dybala as they would not be paying him more than they currently pay Alexis Sanchez.
Writing for Italian news outlet Calciomercato.com, the journalist gave the view that with Sanchez off of the wage bill, the move to sign the 28-year-old from Juventus would become feasible.
Dybala will be available on a free transfer during the summer transfer window, although his wage demands mean that he would still be a significant investment despite the lack of a transfer fee.
The Nerazzurri are strongly interested in a move for the 28-year-old, although getting a deal done for him would still require some consideration for fitting his wages into the team.
However, in the view of Agresti, this would not be as big of a problem as it appears, as they would be able to replace Sanchez’s wages in the team.
“Paulo Dybala is more than a passing notion for Inter,” he writes. “At the news that he will not renew and will leave Juventus on a free transfer, Beppe Marotta has perked his ears up, already taking the first steps towards the Argentine.”
“Some continue to question whether La Joya can still be decisive, but for us if Inter were to sign him it would be a deal worth 8/10.”
“The high salary would be a false problem,: he adds, “because Dybala would cost – more or less – as much as that Alexis Sanchez who is older and is also running out of time to convince the Nerazzurri.”