Inter’s pursuit of Paulo Dybala remains on standby, but there is still optimism that a deal will be done for him.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that when Nerazzurri CEO Beppe Marotta last spoke to the 28-year-old’s agent he reiterated that the intention is still to sign him, and that feelings are positive.
Marotta spoke with Dybala’s agent Jorge Antun yesterday, asking for updates on the interest in the player from other clubs, and the CEO also made clear that while things are complicated and Inter cannot get a deal done yet, they are still as committed as ever.
Alexis Sanchez must depart before there is room in attack to sign the Agrentine, whilst Andrea Pinamonti will also be sold which could clarify things further, but once this is gotten out of the way Marotta wants to move towards a deal with Dybala.
Things are on standby, and adding Dybala to an attack that already has Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez in it plus backup options would not be without its issues, but Marotta in particular remains keen on finding a way to make the deal happen.