MN: Quality and transfer cost – three reasons why Milan should sign Dybala

By Isak Möller -

Paulo Dybala will leave Juventus at the end of this month and he’s currently looking for his next destination. Inter have been in pole position for a long time but Milan could enter the race, as a report highlights. 

The 28-year-old has told Juventus that he will leave at the end of his contract, despite efforts from the Bianconeri to sign a renewal. As highlighted by MilanNews, there are three reasons why Milan should try to sign him.

The first and second reasons concern the quality of Dybala. He’s a world-class player and his arrival would certainly calm the fans a bit, as well as give Milan a proper attacking threat. The role behind the striker in Stefano Pioli’s 4-2-3-1 would be perfect for him.

Furthermore, he would arrive on a free transfer and thus cost zero in terms of the transfer fee, even though his salary won’t be low. Milan’s wage bill is set to rise to €100m (from the current €80m) and thus there is some margin for a big signing in that sense.

For now, though, Inter remain in pole position for the player but the upcoming weeks should be monitored.

Tags AC Milan Inter Juventus Paulo Dybala

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  1. Guys let’s sell all our crypto and nft’s and buy AC Milan lol. It blows my mind that the Serie A champs haven’t even signet the contracts of the directors let alone adding any big name to Pioli’s team who definently deserves is

    1. Bad timing. 😀 Not only everything is down, but someone else bought the club. I was suggesting this when the price was much lower and Berlusconi was selling. I’m sure that Milan fans could have bought at least 25-35% and go on from there.

  2. This article makes it seem like Juventus was trying to keep Dybala but He decided to leave.
    He was literally kicked out of the door by Juventus.

    1. Because he asked 10M€, not because they didn’t want him. They offered him 8M and they reduced it after they signed Vlahović so he declined. Juventus did not tell him to leave but that he won’t get a higher offer from them.

      1. Juventus and Dybala had verbal agreement on the new contract early in the season. Everything was agreed on money. Once Juventus signed Vlahovic they changed their plans for the future and pulled out of the deal for new contract for Dybala. Decided to build around Vlahovic and Chiesa.
        Milan and Kessie were never close ro agreement

        1. Not true. They signed Vlahović in January and Dybala rejected the contract offer months later. He was insulted with what they offered. He had 12M and got offered under 8M. Same as Kessie, he got a contract offer and he did not like it and left.

          1. Inter’s salary offer for Dybala , according to Fabrizio Romano is less than 6 mil guaranteed + add ons. Now, does it make sense for Dybala to turn down Juve offer of 8 mil, deemed insulting, to go and sign with their most hated rival for 6mil.
            If juventus wanted to keep Dybala he would still be playing for them. He didn’t want to leave. He was pushed out.
            Kessie wanted to leave and he left. Good luck to him

          2. Once again, he was offered a contract and he declined. Stop talking nonsense. You don’t push someone out by offering him a NEW contract. Incredible, logic=0.

  3. Probably the best player we can sign this transfer window. People are saying he was bad last season, had an issue with injuries. But when you look at all competitions in that bad season, it is quite similar to the best Leao had in his career. 😀

  4. Great player, fits the RW role but he will make big money somewhere else, there’s unlikely to be value for Milan. In addition, I’m not sure he’ll fit the pressing style really well and we rely on the wingers pressing to make up for the immobile striker.

      1. Aye, you’re right, which isn’t really a role we have at the moment, so looking at it from the perspective of how the team is set up to play.

        If Botman comes in then a 3-5-2 switch could be on the cards and then it would make more sense, though then he’d be competing with Leao for a spot.

        So there’s no real obvious way for it to make sense

  5. He’s exactly what we need. Pioli can easily adjust to fit him into the lineup. The only concern is potential injuries. His wages are high but he’d come on a free so that offsets the wages.

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