Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala is drawing increasingly close to joining Inter Milan, according to Italian outlet Gazzetta.
Dybala is on his way out of the Allianz Stadium at the end of the current campaign after failing to secure a contract extension with the Old Lady, who are already weighing up a replacement for him in Turin.
The Argentine’s entourage is believed to have met with Inter’s president Steven Zhang last week with the parties on the verge of reaching an agreement over a transfer in the upcoming market.
Dybala will earn reportedly around €6million per season at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on a four-year deal and is keen to link up with the club’s CEO Beppe Marotta, who was key in bringing him to Juventus.
‘La Joya’ joined Juventus from Palermo back in 2015 and now looks set to continue his stay in the Italian top-flight despite links of a move abroad.
Tottenham Hotspur, Newcastle United, Atletico Madrid and Manchester United have all been credited with an interest in the 28-year-old, while Arsenal also explored the possibility of a potential deal.
Dybala has racked up 14 goals in 35 games across all competitions this term – a vast improvement on the meagre tally of five which he managed throughout the whole of 2020/21.
The Nerazzurri will now be keen to keep hold of Lautaro Martinez amid rumours of a move away, although the striker’s agent did reaffirm his client’s commitment to Simone Inzaghi’s side.
Inter are currently embroiled in a two-horse race for the Scudetto with city rivals AC Milan with just three games left to play, while a Coppa Italia final versus Dybala’s Juventus awaits next Wednesday.