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.