Argentine national team head coach Lionel Scaloni feels that wherever Paulo Dybala ends up playing it should be somewhere where he has an important role on the pitch.
Speaking in a press conference ahead of Argentina’s clash with Italy at Wembley, as reported by FCInterNews, the coach gave the view that the 28-year-old must make a decision that suits him and where he plays regularly, amid strong links to Inter.
Dybala has been strongly linked with the Nerazzurri on a free transfer during the summer transfer window, though they are far from his only suitors.
Inter could offer the Argentine a destination where he would be able to be the focal point in attack even more than he has been with Juventus, where he has drifted somewhat out of favour in recent seasons, and Scaloni believes that this is the thing that will be crucial to his decision.
Asked about the player’s future, Scaroni replied that “I can’t speak on these situations, but wherever he goes I hope he decides and that he plays regularly.”