As Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara are yet to renew, currently in talks with Elliott, RedBird’s Gerry Cardinale has already started to browse the market. Paulo Dybala has caught his attention, a report claims.
The situation at Milan is peculiar, to say the least, and a solution is needed fairly soon, otherwise the mercato could be a very disappointing one for the club. Heading into the new season like that would be detrimental.
Cardinale, the CEO of Milan’s new owners RedBird (closing in September), knows how valuable the signing of Dybala would be. Not just for the squad, but also to please the fans and paint a good picture for the future in the media.
Inter are still in talks with Dybala and his agent, with the commissions currently holding them back, but there is an opening for Milan. Cardinale is studying the signing, always with an eye on the budget, and perhaps the Rossoneri will snatch Dybala from Inter just like they did with Tonali.