The Paulo Dybala and Inter Milan talks continue to progress. Inter are opening direct contacts with Dybala’s agents this week, although a full agreement has not happened just yet, according to Fabrizio Romano.
Allegri: “Dybala must go back to being himself, there was a time when he got carried away by the fact that he was the new Messi. One player cannot emulate or think he is like another. He still has a lot to give because he has extraordinary technical qualities.” pic.twitter.com/8oLGJUfFPs
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Paulo Dybala: Inter Milan Talks Lead To Potential Transfer
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Dybala is saying goodbye to Juventus after several successful seasons with the club. The move came as a shock at first, as it looked like the player and his former club were going to agree on a contract renewal just months ago. Now, the player is moving for free.
Moving to Inter represents a big deal within Italy. Dybala has long been one of Serie A’s top stars, and now he’s possibly moving to a direct rival for free. Inter completed a similar deal this last summer when they brought in Hakan Calhanoglu from AC Milan for free. It’s safe to say Inter know when to pounce.
Dybala presents a major boost to Inter’s attacking line. At the moment, the team’s wingers include Alexis Sanchez and Joaquin Correa. Sanchez is ageing, although Correa remains a solid option. The club also recently lost star winger Ivan Perisic to Tottenham Hotspur, but are bringing in Henrikh Mkhitaryan from AS Roma. Although a solid move on paper, Mkhitaryan is also on the older side.
Although Dybala has struggled to a degree in recent seasons, he remains a phenomenal option, especially for free. He can score double-digit goals in any campaign, but he’s also excellent at creating opportunities for his teammates. This will be massive for striker Lautaro Martinez as he continues to grow into a star. Martinez is also Argentinean, as is Correa, so there’s potential for Inter to use three Argentines in their attacking trident.
Besides being a good move for Inter’s product on the pitch, this move would also be a direct slap on the face to one of the club’s main title rivals.