Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has made joining Inter his top priority for the summer transfer market.
This according to SportItalia transfer market expert Alfredo Pedulla, who reports on his homepage that the Argentine isn’t currently listening to any other offers, while he could also be signed without a sale of Lautaro Martinez.
Dybala’s future is very much up in the air, but if he is to stay within Serie A after his contract with the Bianconeri expires at the end of June then Inter would be very much the favourites for his signature.
The 28-year-old still enjoys a positive relationship with Nerazzurri CEO Beppe Marotta, who had brought him to Juventus from Palermo, and could see Inter as the right club to keep fighting for titles.
According to Pedulla, the Argentine is very much focused on Inter, though it will remain to be seen if they end up deciding to make him an offer.
“Dybala has completely opened up to Inter, he’s put them completely at the top of his list, has stopped considering other offers,” Pedulla writes.
“What would have to happen to facilitate his arrival?” he poses. “Not necessarily the sale of Lautaro Martinez, who may be at the centre of interest from Atletico Madrid, but in the meantime the exit of Alexis Sanchez in order to get rid of his salary of around €7 million net per season.”
“The possible huge offer for Lautaro would allow Inter to accommodate the salary of incoming players,” he goes on, “taking into account that Dybala is available on a free transfer.”
“But today Inter are thinking about a departure (Sanchez) that can allow for the signing of La Joya,” he concludes.