Inter have moved to sign Paulo Dybala on a free transfer from Juvntus but AC Milan believe they can still win the race, a report claims.
Calciomercato.it report that Dybala has only six games left before he ends his adventure with Juventus. The Argentine wanted to sign a new contract with Juve and a deal seemed closed in December but then stalled, so now La Joya’s entourage are looking around to find a new project.
Inter are the club that moved first and Beppe Marotta knows he will have to sell big names this summer to help pay off the club’s big debts, so the idea of signing a free transfer is a perfect opportunity to strengthen the squad.
However, Milan also like Dybala and could move once the future of the club has been defined, with fundamental developments regarding Investcorp’s takeover expercted during the month of May.
Atletico Madrid – with Griezmann and Joao Felix – are covered in that role and will only try in the event of sales, while Real Madrid and Barcelona have other priorities, and the big Premier League clubs have probed the situation only in a preliminary manner.