Juventus forward Paulo Dybala is to leave the Turin-based club this summer as a free agent. After 10 years of being Juve, he was supposed to join rival Inter Milan, but unfortunately, the Nerazzurri then turned their attention towards their former hero Romelu Lukaku. In previous reports, Lukaku aims to return to Inter from Chelsea.
The 28-year-old now finds himself in a rather awkward situation. The Inter are now having second thoughts about whether they still want to pursue the 28-year-old.
If he is not able to find a deal with one of the Serie A suitors, which are Roma and Milan, by July, then his agent will have to extend the chances outside the League.
Speaking of suitors, Dybala is attracting AS Roma and AC Milan. These two clubs are not bad to end with in terms of his career. Perhaps Dybala needs to be reasonable this time, especially since time is running out.
According to Juvefc, Dybala is holding out for a contract that would see him earn at least 7 million euros (including bonuses). Hence, his demand could be an issue for the clubs who will try to sign him. Although his financial expectation could be valid considering his experience in Juventus, but he needs to make it a bit reasonable for suitors.