Paulo Dybala accepts Inter’s offer, Inter must sell players


Paulo Dybala has accepted Inter’s offer but the club must sell players.

Dybala has been linked with Inter for several weeks and months and he could soon be joining the club. Per La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Argentine has accepted Inter’s offer.

It is for €5 million per season and an extra €1 million related to appearances made by the player. However, per the report, Inter must sell players in order to be able to sign him.

The 28 year old is impatient as he reportedly decided that Inter would be his club weeks ago.


  1. Assuming the Inter move does happen for him will interesting how all 3 of Lukaku, Lautaro and Dybala can all play at the same time,
    a 3-4-1-2 formation perhaps, but that would be too attacking against some opponents.

    • I don’t need think it is confirmed to Inter yet. This is what Romano said in his latest interview:

      The Argentina international had looked set to join Inter Milan but that deal is currently on standby and United have shown some interest.

      “At the moment with Manchester United, just some agents talk,” Romano said on his YouTube channel.

      “They had some discussions because it’s normal for a top player like Dybala and his agents to discuss with many clubs around Europe but still no bid for Dybala so let’s see what’s next because we know that with free agents many things can happen.

      “We keep it open but let’s say that at the moment the real focus with Manchester United is to understand what they have to do with Cristiano Ronaldo because Cristiano wants to leave.”

      So nothing is confirmed yet. I honestly doubt Inter will win the Dybala signature as their president already said that they already got another forward (meaning Lukaku) and that they are happy with him.

      I mean Lukaku, Lautaro, Dzeko, J Correa, and Dybala for 2 spots? I doubt it. Even if let’s say they dismiss J Correa, I don’t think they can cover enough salary for all Lautaro, Lukaku, and Dybala. Inter is in debt. They need to sell players. They can afford buying cheap players only so far. I read even the selling of Skiniar to PSG won’t be enough for them. They need to sell more.

      They were planning to replace Skriniar with Bremer but when they heard Bremer is valued at €50 million, they stop chasing him.

  2. Agent cost him if he is not able to go to Inter. Even with Inter, he will earn less than what Juventus offered. This is why Argentina players need top agent, not family member or friend. Imagine if Messi had Jorge Mendes as agent compare to his dad, he would have been considered undisputed GOAT and CR wont be no where but reverse is happening.

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