Inter Milan are close to agreeing a deal with Juventus playmaker Paulo Dybala.
The Argentine wants to leave Turin due to the lack of time for the match, and despite the string of interests from the major teams in Europe, the Argentine’s goal is to remain in the Italian Serie A.
According to La Gazzetta, the player’s contract expires in June, and Juventus have already informed their star that they will not grant him an extension while Atletico Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur need his services, and Inter Milan lead the race to Los Angeles. Joya.
Dybala feels betrayed by his club and is not ready to leave Italy as he wants to prove a point to his former employers. Dybala has a €7m-a-year deal at Allianz, but Inter will only offer him €6m a season, plus extras.
While Inter are the favorites to sign the player, they have yet to make an offer as they have to sell some players to free up wages for the team.
Arturo Vidal, Matias Vecino, Alexis Sanchez and Stephan de Vrij are all expected to leave, clearing the way for Dybala and allowing Inter to make him one of the club’s highest-earning players along with Marcelo Brozovic and Lautaro Martinez.