Paulo Dybala is back in Italy and is training at home while waiting to find out what his next club are, with AC Milan not totally out of the running.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via PianetaMilan), Dybala’s agent Jorge Antun as well as intermediaries Fabrizio De Vecchi and Carlos Novel will take stock of the situation soon, because Inter have now gone cold after reaching a verbal agreement over a four-year contract.
Inter signed Romelu Lukaku and they cannot sign Dybala for economic reasons until Alexis Sánchez and one between Edin Džeko and Joaquín Correa have left. At the moment, the latter two do not want to leave.
All the other Italian clubs potentially interested have so far only made enquiries, and while Milan are in the mix they are not willing to offer him more than €4-4.5m net per season.
Then there is Roma who would give him a leading role but they will not play in the Champions League, and Napoli remain in the background even if sporting director Cristiano Giuntoli has called it an operation ‘out of reach’. Finally, Atlético Madrid and Manchester United are options abroad.