Journalist Enzo Bucchioni has claimed that AC Milan want to sign Paulo Dybala when his contract expires at Juventus and could make an exception regarding his salary.
In his editorial published this morning on TMW, Bucchioni spoke about the future of Paulo Dybala and threw the Rossoneri’s name into the hat. He claimed that the attacking midfielder is ‘in Milan’s viewfinder’ as the management look to raise the quality of the attack.
The name of the Argentine fits the bill from a tactical point of view because he would be ideal as the playmaker behind the centre-forward in the 4-2-3-1, essentially to ‘take over from Brahim Diaz’ as per the journalist.
Milan are also very attentive on their wage bill and the idea of adding high earners to it, but there ‘may be some exceptions’ because Dybala would arrive on a free transfer and could be a player capable of making a difference.