Jakarta (ANTARA) – Paulo Dybala’s agent Jorge Antun confirmed that he is currently in negotiations with Inter Milan, who are interested in using the services of the Argentine and signing him in this summer’s transfer market.
Quoted from Italian Football, Friday, Antun said his party was working on a deal with Inter and they would see what happened next.
“I can only say that we are working on it, let’s see what happens,” said Antun.
Dybala’s agent, Jorge Antun, was seen entering Inter headquarters on Wednesday (8/6) afternoon, which in itself is a statement as the meeting was taking place in the open as reporters were crowding around the building.
Leaving the meeting, intermediary Giacomo Petralito told the camera that the meeting was going “positively”. It was reported that Petralito was there acting on behalf of Inter, something Antun confirmed.
Apart from Inter, AS Roma are also reportedly interested in signing Dybala after their legend Francesco Totti said he would convince the player to join the Stadio Olimpico next season.
In this transfer market, Dybala became one of the players who attracted the attention of many clubs after he and Juventus agreed not to continue the cooperation that had existed for seven years.
Previously, the CEO of Italian League club Inter Giuseppe Marotta hoped that striker Paulo Dybala would choose his club to be his next career after it was confirmed that he would not renew his contract with Juventus (31/5).
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Dybala, who is on a contract-free status, means that many clubs who are interested in signing him no longer need to pay transfer fees and directly negotiate with players and their representatives about salaries and other agreements.
Last season Dybala made 39 appearances for Juventus in all competitions and contributed 15 goals and 6 assists from a total of 2,615 minutes played.
During seven seasons with Juventus, the 28-year-old has made a total of 283 appearances for Juventus and scored 113 goals and 48 assists.
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