Inter are aiming to sign Paulo Dybala this summer, but must restructure their squad in order to make a move for him feasible.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, who report that the Nerazzurri would have to trim their wage bill in order to accommodate the Argentine.
Inter have made no secret of their interest in signing Dybala during the summer transfer window now that he is available on a free transfer from Juventus.
However, even without the inclusion of a transfer fee, a move for the 28-year-old would represent a significant investment between wages, add-ons, and agents’ fees.
As the Corriere points out, costly major signings of this kind, even on a free transfer, go against the trend of more value-based signings at Italian clubs in recent transfer windows.
A move for Dybala would be far from impossible for the Nerazzurri, but they will not move forward with it unless they feel that they have the revenues to make it work and have reduced the cost of their wage bill to fit him in.