Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has decided that he wants to join AC Milan if he is to remain in Italy beyond the end of the season, a report claims.
Today’s edition of il Corriere dello Sport (via MilanLive) reports that a move to a top Premier League side is Dybala’s dream at the moment, but at the moment he has already rejected the enquiries that have come from Arsenal and Newcastle United.
The duo have knocked on the door of his entourage but Dybala does not seem convinced of such destinations, so while he is waiting for new clubs in the race, he could consider the destination of Milan. The paper claims that the Rossoneri would be the favoured landing spot of the Argentine because he is an admirer of the project.
It will not be easy, given La Joya’s high contractual demands and the international competition. Even Beppe Marotta – the man who brought him to Juventus – made an attempt to sign him for Inter but seems to have pulled back precisely for economic reasons.