Inter seek to settle the Dybala deal after returning Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea


Italian press reports revealed that Inter Milan had a meeting today, Wednesday, between Pepe Marotta, representing the Nerazzurri, and Fabrizio De Vicchi, the mediator of the Argentine deal, Paulo Dybala, the former Juventus player, whom the administration places within its interests during the current summer transfer period.

And according to the “Football Italia” website, Inter Milan began focusing on the Paulo Dybala deal, after resolving the deal of Romelu Lukaku, the Chelsea player, on loan for 8 million pounds, excluding special bonuses.

The report indicated that the reason for the meeting between Pepe Marotta and Fabrizio De Vicchi is that Jorge Antoine asked for a large commission to complete the deal officially.

And Inter Milan previously offered 6 million euros per season to Paulo Dybala, but the player and his agent want to get 10 million euros per season, which suspends the completion of the deal amid reports confirming that the matter may end at only 8 million.

Paulo Dybala left Juventus at the end of the season after the expiry of his contract, which set him a target for a number of Italian and English clubs, most notably his association with moving to Milan to join Inter during the current summer transfer period.

And Italian newspaper reports revealed that Argentine star Paulo Dybala, Juventus player, had bought a new house, highlighting the player’s approach to his next destination, after it was confirmed that he would leave at the end of the current season from the ranks of Juve.

Calciomercato newspaper said that Paulo Dybala had bought a new house in Milan, bringing the Argentine player closer to signing for Inter Milan during the next summer transfer period.

Inter Milan has not yet made an official offer to sign Paulo Dybala, especially since the latter has only one match left in the Italian league with Juventus.

Inter Milan is seeking to win the services of Paulo Dybala in the upcoming summer transfers after the administration entered into serious negotiations with the player’s agent, but he is facing competition from several clubs such as Tottenham, Arsenal and Atletico Madrid, to include him after he became a free player.

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