AS Roma has emerged as a possible destination for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala who Inter have been heavily linked with, according to a report in the Italian media today.
As has been reported by Corriere dello Sport, AS Roma could try and make a move for Paulo Dybala whilst Inter are still in a position where they cannot make him a concrete offer.
Beppe Marotta has told the player that he is interested and will make a move once there is space in the wage budget.
Paulo Dybala could grow tired of this stance and choose to join AS Roma, although their lack of Champions League football will work against them.
AS Roma boss Jose Mourinho would be keen on having the Argentine in the team and the fact that the Stadio Olimpico has been full for recent Europa Conference League matches shows the player that the Giallorossi support is worth playing in front of.