Paulo Dybala’s future at Juventus is hanging in the balance, with his current deal expiring this summer.
The Bianconeri have been in talks with Dybala regarding an extension, but no conclusion has been reached.
The Argentine is unhappy with Juve’s proposed deal of €7 million per season, and he is leaning towards quitting the Old Lady as a free agent.
Inter Milan are one of the clubs keeping tabs on Dybala’s situation, and they have tabled a lucrative offer.
According to Gazetta dello Sport (h/t Sempre Inter), the Nerazzurri have proposed Dybala’s agent Jorge Antun a new five-year deal with a salary of €7.5 million per season plus bonuses.
Inter replaced Romelu Lukaku with a cheaper alternative Edin Dzeko last summer, but the transfer has paid off.
The Bosnian striker has exceeded his expectations, racking up 12 goals and four assists in Serie A this season while being pivotal in Inter’s title charge.
However, Dzeko is in the twilight of his career and Inter are looking to team Dybala up with his compatriot Lautaro Martinez.
After a lacklustre 2020/21 season, Dybala has regained his best form under Max Allegri this term, racking up 12 goals and six assists in all competitions.
Despite spending big on Dusan Vlahovic, the Old Lady are determined to keep Dybala, as they are set to continue their renewal talks in the coming days.
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