Former Inter defender Salvatore Fresi has said that Paulo Dybala is a difference-maker and losing Milan Skriniar would be a big loss for Inter, according to a report in the Italian media.

As has been reported by TMW Radio, Salvatore Fresi sat down to discuss Inter’s current situation in the transfer market and the players that could be coming and going over the next two months.

Focusing on Paulo Dybala who is close to joining on a free transfer from Juventus, he said that the Argentine forward is the sort of forward that can make the difference when his team really needs it.

“Dybala is one of the strongest players in Italy even if he has had problems with injuries. But he makes the difference.”

He does feel that fellow Argentine Lautaro Martinez will be sold to make money this summer: “Lautaro in my opinion will be sold to make money, but the team will still be strong.

“He has demands, he has the market: he has certainly done good things but what I have seen he has never been decisive in the most important games.”

It is looking increasingly likely that Milan Skriniar will be the man to leave the club and bring in a lot of money. Salvatore Fresi feels that it would be a big loss for the Nerazzurri.

“An important loss but Inter also need another centre-back for the Champions League. They need to buy one with depth.”

The likely replacement would be Gleison Bremer: “He’s not bad, maybe he’s never played in the Champions League but he’s strong. Milenkovic? Also good, if they are going to take these players, they are good options.”