Gianluca Di Marzio: “Inter CEO Beppe Marotta Has Informally Contacted Juventus Forward Paulo Dybala” | OneFootball

Gianluca Di Marzio: “Inter CEO Beppe Marotta Has Informally Contacted Juventus Forward Paulo Dybala”

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Inter CEO Beppe Marotta has made contact with Juventus forward Paulo Dybala about the possibility of a free transfer next summer, but so far there have been no serious talks.

This according to Sky Sport Italia transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marzio, who reported on air that the Nerazzurri executive has so far only made informal contact with the Argentine.

Dybala’s current deal with the Bianconeri is set to expire at the end of June, and should he not agree on an extension with his current club then he could become available on a free transfer during the summer window.

The Nerazzurri are interested in Dybala’s signature and are monitoring his situation at Juventus with a view to moving should he become available in the summer.

According to Di Marzio, Marotta has already opened up the lines of communication with the 28-year-old and is testing the waters on the feasibility of a move for him.

“Marotta has made informal contact, but as I understand it Inter have not made any kind of official move,” he explained to Sky.

“This could be because Dybala could agree to sign for another team in the summer today according to the regulations,” he added. “However, everyone wants to respect the will of the player, whose priority is to stay.”

Di Marzio then concluded that “If the conditions for renewal are not met, Paulo will be the first to evaluate other offers.”

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