Inter CEO Beppe Marotta feels that he has Paulo Dybala’s word over a move from Juventus to the Nerazzurri this summer, according to a report in the Italian print media.
As has been reported by Tuttosport today, Inter are finding a way to make money this summer and lower their wage bill whilst also bringing Paulo Dybala to the club on a free transfer.
The Argentinian appears to be very keen on signing for Inter but the club cannot make him a formal offer until they have freed up the space in the wage bill by allowing others to leave the club or be sold.
Beppe Marotta has a strong relationship with Paulo Dybala from their shared time at Juventus and the agent, Jorge Antun, has reportedly said that he and the player are not in a hurry to sign.
Beppe Marotta hopes this means the player is willing to wait whilst Inter organise their finances.