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Report: Internazionale looking to make Dybala the centrepiece of their new offensive trio




Questions surrounding Paulo Dybala’s contract are a popular discussion lately. It’s time to ask, is Dybala really the centre of the project? Massimiliano Allegri made it clear that he wanted the Argentinian to be his key man, so what has changed? With The huge signing of Dusan Vlahovic, is Dybala needed anymore? These are all questions we have to ask ourselves when thinking about this contract situation.

The Argentinian, who has been struggling with injuries for the past 2 seasons had another problem against Torino in a 2-2 draw that saw him substitute himself in the 56th minute. The ever reliable Romeo Agresti called it an issue with his muscle flexer, same injury which cost him a game with Argentina just a few months ago, but like with Argentina, it appears that he may have substituted himself out of precaution. Whatever the case, it is still concerning for a player who was to be relied upon Tuesday against Villarreal and for the player who is stuck in contract negotiations with his club’s management.


If these injury issues continue to linger, one has to ask if that is enough for Juventus management to pull the plug on negotiations all together and let Dybala, a player who is asking for €10M per season, leave and sign with another team.

For months it has been reported that if Dybala were to in fact leave Juventus, Inter would be a possible destination, as it’s said Inter Director and the man who brought Dybala to Juve, Beppe Marotta, is still a fan of the player. A new report for Gazzetta Dello Sport says that Marotta would like to make Dybala the centrepiece of an offensive line that included the Argentine being partnered with Gianluca Scamacca and Canadian superstar Johnathan David. The operation would depend on Inter selling Lautaro Martinez and Alexis Sanchez this summer. If they pull that off and Juventus were to pass on Dybala, then there is a good chance that next season La Joya could be dawning the colours of the Nerazzurri.

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