Inter have cooled their pursuit of Paulo Dybala and this seems to have opened the door for other teams to try their luck, a report claims.
Corriere dello Sport (via MilanLive) report that Romelu Lukaku’s return to Inter means that they must sell two of the trio of Alexis Sanchez, Joaquin Correa and Edin Dzeko to make room for the Argentine. Dybala has returned to Italy to start training, and he will speak with his agent Antun and the intermediary De Vecchi soon to take stock of the interest.
Roma are also keen and could make a concrete move if Nicolo Zaniolo is sold, but the negotiations with Juve are continuing slowly. Napoli on the other hand could decide to go for Dybala, but only if Koulibaly is sold.
Milan have shown interest in the player but have not taken any concrete steps so far. Maldini and Massara are focused on signing Charles De Ketelaere affair but if the Belgian does not arrive, Dybala would become a more than viable idea.
The Rossoneri will not go beyond €4.5-5m net per season, and while Dybala would prefer to play in Serie A the likes of Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Arsenal and Manchester United are all keen and could offer him what he wants.