Pellegatti urges Milan to capitalise on Inter’s hesitancy and sign ‘extraordinary’ forward

By Oliver Fisher -

Journalist Carlo Pellegatti believes that AC Milan should try and involve themselves in the race for Paulo Dybala who now may not join Inter.

Il Tempo (via PianetaMilan) reported yesterday that Inter are focusing on finding an agreement with Chelsea over the return of Romelu Lukaku and they no longer seem so convinced about signing Dybala, which has offered an opening to Milan who are on alert.

Pellegatti spoke on his YouTube channel (via MilanNews) and addressed the speculation regarding Dybala and stated that if the situation between Inter and Dybala is experiencing a stalemate as the papers suggest, stealing him from the Nerazzurri ‘would be extraordinary’.

He adds that it would be comparable to the purchase of Roberto Donadoni, the first big signing of Silvio Berlusconi’s Milan. If Gerry Cardinale were to announce himself as a new owner with Paulo Dybala then it would be a statement, because the Argentine ‘would be formidable not only from a technical point of view’.

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    1. Milan can afford his wages easily. They just don’t think he is worth those wages, just like Juventus who knows him better than anyone didn’t think he was worth those wages anymore

  1. this journalist nowadays, just horrible. Pay 40mio for noa lang (or similiar RW in that age) do not pay Florenzi, Saladmaker MUST play RB (replacment of Calabria) and pobega will replace kessie as well as possible.

  2. Don’t make imaginations. An Italian champion will only have 45-50 M to transfer?
    More like a small club that just won promotion.

    1. Stop it. Small clubs just coming up to Serie A spend 10M or less. Maybe Silvio will spend more at Monza, but how much did Venezia spend last year? What big name players have been linked to Lecce?

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