Inter have made a promise to Juventus forward Paulo Dybala that they will make him an offer similar to the one the Bianconeri made in the fall.
This according to Italian journalist Marco Barzaghhi, who reported on his Twitch channel, via FCInter1908, that the Nerazzurri have told the 28-year-old that they will offer him €8 million net per season plus €2 million in add-ons if he waits for them.
Dybala had been made a similar offer by Juventus in the fall, but when the player and club returned to negotiations this year the Bianconeri were hesitant to put forward the offer.
The Argentine then decided he would not accept his club’s offer whilst the club seemed happy to allow him to leave, and he will be available on a free transfer over the summer.
Inter are one of the clubs most strongly linked with a move for Dybala during the window, and according to Barzaghi, they have already told him that an offer will arrive.
“Inter have asked Dybala to wait,” he said, “with the promise of offering him a contract of €8 million net per seasons plus €2 million in add-ons.”
“It could be a good offer, but there has also been contact with Milan in the event that Ibra were to leave,” he added. “In short, the salary of the Swede could be ‘transferred over’ to Dybala.”