Italian agent Fabrizio Ferrari expects that Paulo Dybala will either join Inter or move to a club in a league other than Serie A this summer.
Speaking to Italian news outlet TuttoMercatoWeb, Ferrari explained that the Nerazzurri are the only team who could feasibly sign the Argentine on a financial level when he leaves Juventus.
Dybala’s future remains very much in the balance with a number of clubs across several top European leagues eyeing up a move for him now that he will be available on a free transfer.
Even without a transfer fee involved, the 28-year-old will constitute a significant investment wherever he is to go given the size of the wages that it will take to convince him to sign.
Even though there are clubs in Italy which could potentially convince Dybala on a sporting level, it appears that the Nerazzurri are the one club who would actually be able to fit him into their wage bill, according to Ferrari.
“Dybala is a top player, and there aren’t the same spending budgets in Italy as in the past,” he said. “He will either go to Inter and be happy, or else he’ll move abroad.”