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.