Inter have some doubts about the Paulo Dybala operation and that has put AC Milan and other clubs on alert, according to a report.
PianetaMilan reports how the negotiations between Dybala and Inter began practically a month ago with the player’s agent Jorge Antun and an intermediary Giacomo Petralito meeting Beppe Marotta at the Inter headquarters.
However, for whatever reason Inter have not yet closed the deal. The potential arrival of Romelu Lukaku has absorbed energy, time and could absord money, but there are other matters that have influenced the slowdown too.
Until a couple of Edin Džeko, Joaquín Correa and Alexis Sánchez leave, there will be no room for Dybala. Moreover, there are doubts about the contractual proposal and whether it is a three-year contract at €7m net per year or a four-year deal on a lower salary.
It is on the issue of bonuses that talks have slowed because a lot is dependent on the Argentine’s performances and on how much he plays, because the Nerazzurri are not fully convinced by Dybala’s physical condition after the last two years at Juventus.
This is the main reason why the deal has slowed to a halt and is currently on standby, which has led the player’s agents to offer Dybala to other clubs as well, and Milan can now go back to thinking about ‘La Joya’.