Paulo Dybala’s contract with Juventus will expire at the end of the month and he’s looking for his next destination currently. Inter have been heavily linked with the player, but Milan could emerge as an option.
The Argentine scored 15 goals and got 6 assists this past season and despite efforts from Juventus to keep him, he has decided to leave. As said, Inter have been in pole position for quite some time but the negotiations have slowed down.
According to today’s edition of Tuttosport (via MilanNews), Milan currently don’t consider Dybala as a target given his wage demands. He has asked for €7m per year and that makes the operation too expensive, even though it’s a free transfer.
In the coming weeks, however, things could change on that front as Dybala is eager to find his new club. He might be forced to lower his demands, therefore, which would put Milan in the race for his signature. For now, though, they are just keeping tabs.