Legendary former Inter striker Roberto Boninsegna believes that Paulo Dybala could play alongside Lautaro Martinez in attack if Inter were to sign him.
Speaking to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Corriere di Torino, the former striker suggested that the two Argentine forwards could form an effective partnership were they to play together.
One of the major doubts about Inter potentially moving to sign Dybala on a free transfer during the summer window concerns his stylistic fit for the team.
Coach Simone Inzaghi plays a particular system which generally relies on two forwards leading the line, and finding the right chemistry for both to impact the game in their preferred roles is essential.
The question of whether Dybala could play at his best alongside Inter’s existing attacking options remains to be answered, particularly concerning a potential link-up with Martinez who is currently the focal point of the Nerazzurri’s attack.
However, Boninsegna believes that Dybala could be a success at Inter, “I would say together with Lautaro. If I were the Nerazzurri coach I’d like an attacking midfielder like Dybala, intelligent and able to find the killer pas, behind two strikers like Lautaro and Dzeko.”
“I’d have all three of them play together,” he went on. “But I fear that Simone Inzaghi has another mentality – so much so that he risks having almost lost a title that had nearly seemed won already.”