Paulo Dybala

Imagine you`re in Ausilio/Marotta`s shoes, would you offer Dybala a contract?

  • Yes - unlock defences and add value: creativity, individual brilliance, attacking outside the box

  • No - serious doubts about his fitness and contribution when it matters the most


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I love each time Gazzetta reports anything about Dybala and Inter, Inter's offer gets lower and lower. We started from 7.5m, we went to 7m and now it's 6m. It won't be long before Dybala has to pay to join Inter. :lol:
 

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i dont understand this Dybala deal. This mean Dybala/Sanchez, Lolitoro, Dzeko, Correa in one team perhaps? Those players have big salaries i know. i'm doubt Inter have some money to pay them all. What about Scamacca etc? What about our priority to reduce financial costs of the squad next season?
 
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As long as the deal is 3 years, me gusta. 4-year deal is then simply too much risk.

As for Dybala himself, he simply doesn't look too good of a player anymore. I would simply skip this one but whatever. At least don't commit to 4 years please.
 

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i dont understand this Dybala deal. This mean Dybala/Sanchez, Lolitoro, Dzeko, Correa in one team perhaps? Those players have big salaries i know. What about Scamacca etc? What about our priority to reduce financial costs of the squad next season?
Sanchez will not be part of the team next season.

I am with dybala at €6 mil + bonus. As long as it's not a long contract.
 

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As for Dybala himself, he simply doesn't look too good of a player anymore.

On his day, he does... But he's getting "old" and a damaged old at that... He can't be relied on for more than 3/4 of a season, at best. Is that worth 7-8m net/season (no growth decree either, so nearly double that in gross)? Tough call.

He's definitely a great bosman move, but when you have to take into account wages and fitness and age, then it gets sticky. But just to see Juventini salty tears, Im on board for you guys.
 

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I love each time Gazzetta reports anything about Dybala and Inter, Inter's offer gets lower and lower. We started from 7.5m, we went to 7m and now it's 6m. It won't be long before Dybala has to pay to join Inter. :lol:

One could assume that it`s because we will try to lowball him, in case he does not get a good offer from a destination he would join, he can come here for a reasonable salary.

Here`s the report from GdS: Inter have a pact with the agents of Juventus forward Paulo Dybala to be informed should other offers arrive for the 28-year-old.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are serious about trying to sign the Argentine and want to be aware of competition.

Inter have been in contact with Dybala’s representatives and have received assurances about the player’s physical condition, given that one of their main concerns has been his recent injury history.

The Nerazzurri’s plan to sign Dybala includes making room in their wage bill by offloading the likes of Arturo Vidal and Alexis Sanchez in the summer, and he could be offered a deal similar to the €6 million net per season plus add-ons earned by Lautaro Martinez and Marcelo Brozovic.

Inter cannot yet move for Dybala before the ground is prepared with some other summer business but they are serious and have communicated their intentions with his representatives.

In the meantime, they have an agreement with the 28-year-old’s agents that they will be made aware of any other offers that come in for him.

So far, Manchester United and Roma are two of the clubs that have tentatively been linked, but so far there have been no concrete offers.

However, the Nerazzurri do not want to lose out to an offer from any other club so they’ve asked the Dybala’s representatives to keep them fully informed on his situation.
TBH GdS have been full of shit lately, but this one does not seem exaggerated.
 

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After reading the purported rumor that Inter has to make close to 100m in sales this summer, how in the hell does paying Dybala make sense. Dzeko, Correa, Dybala and ?.
 

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You shit on Lautaro all season long despite him scoring a few bangers and now you are using 1 beautiful goal to argue in favor to Dybala?
I don't shit on Lautoro, all i said was he was he doesn't have the quality or capacity to carry this Inter team.

Dybala on the otherhand actually has a history of carrying Juve, albeit not on a consist basis, but he has been known to rise to the occassion, sassoulo game case in point. Add to the fact that he's been Juve's best player this season (or at least in the conversation), can you say the same for Lautoro?
 

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even when people said Dybala have declined, he is still having 7.28 rating score on whoscored.com, highest rating for a Juve player, and 7.6 for 16 games he played as center forward. In those 16 games, he had 8 goals and 4 assists. And 3 goals 1 assist in 255 minutes in CL. Not bad?

I have concern about his fitness but it’s crazy to say he’s not a top class player anymore. He just lost the hype because he stays at Juve for too long while they are underachieving. He’d be a great support striker under Inzaghi if he can stay fit.
 

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Whoscored is a load of bullshit
 

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Well if it's on whoscored.com
 

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Do you have a better alternative? Point is hes been one of Juve best players. Lautoro isn't even top 5

A better alternative is any source that reports on players after watching them rather than randomly assign values to things that don't translate at all without context, ie football stats.
 
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