Inter CEO Beppe Marotta is hardly giving up on the signing of Paulo Dybala, and he is keeping the lines of communication with the 28-year-old’s representatives constantly open.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri CEO continues to ask for updates on the player’s situation and send signals that the process of trying to sign him is far from over.
Inter’s pursuit of Dybala has been stalled for some time after it had at one point looked as though a deal was all but done, with the need to attend to some exits from the squad before they can wrap up a deal for him.
However, Marotta continues to make signing the Argentine a priority, and he has communicated as such to the player, continuing to explain that as the departures of players like Alexis Sanchez are dealt with the situation can change and he could be signed.
In the meantime, the executive has been asking Dybala’s entourage about the interest that has come in from the likes of AC Milan, Napoli, and Paris Saint-Germain in order to get a sense of whether he could decide on another destination.