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Inter Milan rule out possibility of signing Dybala

Off to the Premier League? Inter Milan rule out possibility of signing former Juve star

July 5, 2022 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
The former Bianconeri is still without a club after Inter revealed that a transfer to San Siro remains unlikely.

Former Inter Milan playmaker Paulo Dybala could be set for a new experience in the English Premier League after it became apparent that he will not be joining Inter Milan this season. The revelation was made by CEO of the director of the Nerazzuri Beppe Marotta who insisted that his side are not considering the recruitment of the 28-year-old Argentine after securing all their attacking targets.

The recently ended season saw Dybala draw the curtains on a seven-year stint at Allianz Stadium following the expiration of his contract. Having initially been close to extending his stay at the club, the arrival of Dusan Vlahovic from Fiorentina in January altered Juve's transfer policy, subsequently barring them from offering their former No.10 a new deal.

With 293 appearances, 115 goals, 45 assists and 12 major trophies to his name, there was general acceptance in Italy that Dybala will stay in Serie A by joining rival club Inter Milan. However, prior to the opening of this summer's transfer window, it emerged that the Nerazzurri had to choose between signing the Argentine international or bringing back Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea in order not to exceed the cap on their wages.

Having opted for the recruitment of Lukaku, Inter Milan's director Beppe Marotta has ruled out the purported arrival of the former Juventus star. In a meeting with the media ahead of the commencement of the club's pre-season which kicks off on Wednesday, he said: "Dybala is part of the many players available for free. I had never seen so many and it proves that football is changing and that more courage is needed at a youth level.

"Dybala represented and still represents an opportunity, but we are ok in attack with valuable players who the coach will need to manage in the best way even if I have a solid bond with Dybala."

According to reports in Italy, Serie A pair Napoli and Monza are exploring the possibility of signing Dybala in the coming weeks. Meanwhile, a host of Premier League clubs have also reached out to the player's representatives in a bid to secure his service. Manchester United are apparently the frontrunners in the race, with Chelsea, Newcastle United and Arsenal also said to be in the mix.


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