CorSera: Milan could launch Dybala pursuit in mid-July – the conditions

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are not currently pursuing a deal for Paulo Dybala but if conditions change they may do so, according to a report.

According to Corriere della Sera (via MilanNews), Dybala is not a market target for Milan as his salary demand exceeds the internal ceiling imposed by the Rossoneri. However, the scenario could change over the coming weeks.

The Rossoneri management are postponing any evaluation regarding the Argentina to mid-July and if he is still without a club and would be satisfied with a €4m fixed net salary per season, then Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara will try.

The report also adds that negotiations between Inter and the entourage of the former Palermo man are currently experiencing a stalemate given that the Nerazzurri have chosen to focus on securing the return of Romelu Lukaku on a season-long loan deal from Chelsea, so sales are needed to get Dybala as well.

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  1. Not going to happen, Inter will sign him for free and we are going to get a similarly injured player for 25M.

    1. Different position. Dybala AMF ,ziyech RW. Dybala asking 7m euro salary and there is no tax discount because dybala already more 5 years on italy, while CDK got tax discount. Thats why AC Milan only want offer 4m euro nett for dybala, if 7m euro nett that will cost 14m euro gross x 5 years mean 70m euro gross, while CDK 2m euro nett + tax 1m euro total 3m euro gross x 5 years only 15m euro gross with transfer fee 35m euro total 50m euro gross thats more cheaper than sign dybala ( not counting agent fee signing bonus yet) . Ziyech 5m euro loan ,that will be free budget for CDK but of course that depend in chelsea too ( want to give loan option for ziyech or not)

  2. LOL. Gets worse and worse by the day IMO. How many top talent players can we realistically expect to sign with a wage cap of 4M? And is that our transfer strategy – to wait and see who remains unsigned then pounce on them in desperation? Lol. We are being set up to be a feeder club. Eventually all of our players will leave – Leao, Tomori, Theo, Tonali, etc…All players will eventually want to be paid their market value. Already happened with Gigio, Kessie and Hakan. Will eventually happen with Mike, Leo, Tomori, etc…we are Atalanta but with more history. Buy young talent, develop them and hope we can win w them while they are still young and under a reasonable contract – then sell them to bigger clubs that can pay the players their market value. Looks great on paper and on the books – but not so great for the fans. From 100M to 40M; from Bremer and Botman to Acerbi; M&M still unsigned – and now let’s hope nobody signs Dybala and then let’s give him a low-ball offer because he would then be desperate and of course would be appreciative that some team gave him something lol. Yes that is bound to attract great talent to our club. Love Red$hit, I mean Bird – great choice Mr Elliot. Can’t wait till you buy back the club in 2-3 years after Redbird defaults on the massive loan you gave them. Cheers

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