Paulo Dybala’s goal for the summer is to move to Inter on a free transfer, according to SportItalia transfer market expert Alfredo Pedulla.
Reporting in a tweet, Pedulla explained that the 28-year-old is waiting to see whether a move to the Nerazzurri will transpire for him, and is not thinking about any other options.
There is no shortage of interest in Dybala, with major clubs in the Premier League and La Liga particularly appearing to be keen, but the Nerazzurri have been one of the teams with the strongest links to the Argentine’s signature.
CEO Beppe Marotta, who signed Dybala to Juventus from Palermo, is one of the main reason for these links, as is the possibility that the player would prefer to remain in Italy over moving to another league.
According to Pedulla, this is indeed the player’s preference, as he has made his priority to join the Nerazzurri during the window clear.
Pedulla tweeted, “Dybala hasn’t waited for Inter or any other club. But AT THE MOMENT it’s just Inter, it’s different, today he has a preference, period. He can get closer to them as things progress.”