Inter look to be aiming to add versatility as well as a creative spark to their attack with the signings of Paulo Dybala and Henrikh Mkhitaryan on free transfers this summer.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who suggest that the two signings will give another dimension to the Nerazzurri’s ability to unlock defenses next season.
Mkhitaryan should soon complete his move to the Nerazzurri from Roma, and the Armenian has been targeted precisely because of his ability to reinforce both central and attacking midfield positions including in terms of contributions inn the final third.
The Armenian is a proficient dribbler as well as passer of the ball, who can give the team some unpredictability both in reaching the final third and also once they are already trying to find a way through.
Meanwhile, Dybala looks set to be one of the highest-profile transfers in Serie A this summer, and the 28-year-old’s technical quality including in terms of both scoring and assisting goals are widely known, and could be expressed as a forward behind Lautaro Martinez or another central striker.