Inter target Paulo Dybala has said that he is very calm about his future and feels fine in Italy, according to a report in the American broadcast media.

Speaking during an interview with ESPN after the Finalissima against Italy on Wednesday night, via FCInternews, Paulo Dybala very briefly discussed his future which could lie with Inter.

The Juventus forward is out of contract at the end of the month and is known to be looking for a new club. Inter are the most likely to sign him and he added fuel to the fire by saying he is calm and feels fine in Italy.

“I am totally calm about my future, I have people working for me to find me a new place. I continue to have the desire to get to know other leagues, but in Italy I’m fine. I’ve been there for 10 years, I know the tournament and by now they treat me as if I were Italian.”

Inter have made him an unofficial contract offer but need to free up space in the wage budget before they can actually sign him.

He would be linking up with current Inter striker Lautaro Martinez who scored the first goal against Italy at Wembley.

He thinks very highly of him, saying: “Lautaro is a phenomenon, today he played an incredible game, a beautiful goal and a great assist. But today we’re only talking about the national team.”