Paulo Dybala remains interested in joining Inter on a free transfer this summer, but he could also be swayed by a move to Roma.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who suggest that the passion of the Giallorossi fans as well as the presence of coach Jose Mourinho could sway the 28-year-old.
Dybala has given his representatives permission to look around at offers this summer, with the understanding that Inter would be one of the teams in pole position but that other teams in Italy as well as the Premier League could be destinations.
Given his experiences at Juventus where he feels that he has been pushed out, Dybala wants to join a club where he will be at the centre of the sporting project.
The Giallorossi would be held back from making a major financial offer in terms of wages, whilst the directives from their owners to spend no more than 10% of the value of a contract on agent commissions could make negotiations with his representative Jorge Antun difficult.
Nevertheless, the player is seriously considering the interest of the Giallorossi as he waits for an offer from Inter where he could feel at the centre of the project and play Champions League football.