AC Milan are considering a move for Paulo Dybala, and waiting to see what the outcome of his talks with Inter are and whether he would accept lower wages than he is currently asking for.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, who report that the Rossoneri would consider a move for the 28-year-old in the event that he asks for less than the €7 million net per season or so that he is currently after.
Dybala and Inter are still in talks, and the Nerazzurri remain very keen on signing him on a free transfer, and they would be ready to make him an offer that is around what his demands are with the inclusion of add-ons.
However, Inter can only make this offer once they have offloaded some players from their squad to make room in their wage bill, and Dybala will not wait around forever.
In the event that the Nerazzurri are unable to get a deal over the line with Dybala, the Rossoneri will be waiting to see whether this causes him to drop his wage demands.