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Asked about Dybala, the CEO of Inter frankly replied

10 Mar 2022 | 10:11 | Football

 Inter Milan CEO Beppe Marotta has shared about rumors the club is interested in Paulo Dybala.

Video Dybala scored against Udinese

Paulo Dybala and Juventus’ current contract expires at the end of this season. That means he could now sign a pre-contract with a new club. Now Inter are looking to complicate things, with CEO Beppe Marotta reportedly making the move to approach the Argentinian star.

This leads to the possibility that the Serie A champions can receive Dybala for free on a free transfer in the summer of 2022. This is one of the deals worth waiting for in Serie A.


 The CEO of Inter has just talked about being interested in Dybala in the media.

Speaking to Sport Mediaset, general manager Marotta was also asked about reports that Inter are prepared to bring in Dybala as a free agent in the summer if he does not renew his contract with Juventus. Notably, the answer wasn’t even vague, but simply refused to answer:

“At the moment we are in all the remaining leagues, so we are focusing on these. We will focus on the transfer market at the appropriate time.”

“Winning the 20th Scudetto is certainly an objective, albeit an ambitious one, but it is Milan that has the upper hand over all.”