Inter Milan Are Currently The Best Positioned Team To Sign Paulo Dybala
In fact, "La Gazzetta dello Sport" revealed the details of his possible contract: the Argentine would sign for four seasons and would receive around six million euros net each season.
The mystery surrounding Paulo Dybala’s future could be close to being unravelled. After announcing that he would not continue at Juventus, a multitude of European teams began to position themselves to sign him.
Some were quickly ruled out, as in the case of Tottenham. Now, "La Gazzetta dello Sport" has revealed the team that would be in pole position to sign him.
Specifically, the Italian media outlet refers to Inter Milan as the main candidate right now to get his services. What’s more, the details of his new contract have even been revealed.
The playmaker would sign a four-year contract as a "nerazzurro" until 2026. In addition, he would be paid around six million euros net every season, making him one of the best-paid players in the squad.
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