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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Told you for months that he is coming :D

VIDEO: DYBALA REACTS AS JUVENTUS FANS TELL HIM ‘DON’T JOIN INTER​

Paulo Dybala was seen smiling while Juventus fans told him: ‘Please don’t join Inter.’ :LOL:

The Argentinean striker won’t extend his stay at the Allianz Stadium as the Old Lady has decided against extending his expiring contract. Inter are believed to be in pole position to sign him as a free agent in July, but his agent denied on Wednesday that any sort of agreement has been reached with the Nerazzurri.

Dybala took some time to sign autographs for Juventus fans before today’s training session at Continassa and all of them were saying the same thing to La Joya: ‘Please don’t join Inter’ and ‘Why are you going to Inter?’


The 28-year-old continued to sign autographs and smiled at them without saying a word. Il Corriere dello Sport reported this morning that Borussia Dortmund have made an offer to sign him, but the Argentinean is in no rush to decide on his future.
 

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Haha people are such bitches about this I have a signed Ronaldo Ac Milan Jersey. My family are all Milan fans.


Players are employees of a company not nazis. A Milan fan or player didn’t touch a little kid or kill someone.

I also got a picture and autograph of a few Juve players. They were at a local Portuguese restaurant and I walked up to them and were like yo don’t you play for Juve. They were super nice and cool. I was like is Cuadrado or CR7 here :)

I like inter because of Ronaldo and Cordoba.
 

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I think Inter should put all their effort and NOT miss out on this deal. Such a player at 28 years old on a free contract from your direct rival and we have zero money to spend. I don't know how we can fuck this up (unless of course he strictly wants to leave Serie A).
 

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SportItalia transfer market expert Alfredo Pedulla:
“Dybala has completely opened up to Inter, he’s put them completely at the top of his list, has stopped considering other offers,” Pedulla writes.

“What would have to happen to facilitate his arrival?” he poses. “Not necessarily the sale of Lautaro Martinez, who may be at the centre of interest from Atletico Madrid, but in the meantime the exit of Alexis Sanchez in order to get rid of his salary of around €7 million net per season.”

“The possible huge offer for Lautaro would allow Inter to accommodate the salary of incoming players,” he goes on, “taking into account that Dybala is available on a free transfer.”

“But today Inter are thinking about a departure (Sanchez) that can allow for the signing of La Joya,” he concludes.

Tuttoshit: Beppe Marotta feels that he has Paulo Dybala’s word over a move from Juventus to the Nerazzurri this summer:
The Argentinian appears to be very keen on signing for Inter but the club cannot make him a formal offer until they have freed up the space in the wage bill by allowing others to leave the club or be sold.

Beppe Marotta has a strong relationship with Paulo Dybala from their shared time at Juventus and the agent, Jorge Antun, has reportedly said that he and the player are not in a hurry to sign.

Beppe Marotta hopes this means the player is willing to wait whilst Inter organise their finances.
> Yes we need to find a club first for Alexis Sanchez, so hopefully we don`t have to pay 4M to rescind his contract

Italian journalist Marco Barzaghi had said that he is 90% sure Juventus forward Paulo Dybala will join Inter this summer:
From Viale della Liberazione there are rumours of a certain irritation because the entourage of the player (Jorge Antun) is trying to get better offers.

“There is a lot of irritation because such a rumour before Empoli and the final can destabilise even the current Inter strikers. It must therefore be understood if they are fake denials or if something else can happen.”

FCIN: Inter are set to meet with the agents of Juventus forward Paulo Dybala after facing the Bianconeri in the Coppa Italia final next week.
Dybala’s first choice is to join the Nerazzurri in the summer as per recent reports, having put the interest of Atletico Madrid on the back burner and not being keen on any of the offers from the Premier League.

However, there is still work to be done on reaching an agreement between Inter and Dybala, with the club’s offer of a four-year deal worth €6 million net per season plus add-ons not meeting his demands, which could see the club offer €7 million net per season.

Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin:
“In my opinion it’s not as certain as has been talked about. Marotta’s interested, but only on his terms.
He won’t do signing Dybala and selling Lautaro,” he added of Marotta. “Lautaro will only leave if something big happens, otherwise he will stay. For me it’s more no than yes.”

Everything seems to point that Dybala is joining on a free transfer, which is another great move by Marotta IMO. So yeah, better get used to it :D
 

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Yeah starts to indeed look like Dybala is direct replacement to Sanchez who we want to get rid of. Problem with that swap is obviously our costs will go up because Sanchez was with Growth Decree contract and even if Dybala nets 6m€, the gross is still a bit higher. Hopefully the quality however goes up and we can keep him fit.

It seems we sell big player if big offer arrives and then we scramble from there. Like if they offer 80m€ for Lautaro, we sell him and buy a replacement with lesser money. So our mercato might be based around opportunities which is course always hard to plan then.
 

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According to SportItalia transfer market expert Alfredo Pedulla, the Nerazzurri would not necessarily have to sell Martinez to make a move for Dybala viable, although they would definitely have to sell Sanchez in order to make space for his wages:
“If someone shows up, let’s say Atletico Madrid, with a €70 million offer perhaps seasoned with rich bonuses, the doors could open as if by magic.”

“Collecting €70 million and taking Paulo Dybala for free would mean that Inter would have the money to close other operations. The idea today is to add Scamacca to Dzeko, to sign Bremer and to sign a midfielder with the characteristics of Brozovic.” - Alfredo Pedulla
 

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According to SportItalia transfer market expert Alfredo Pedulla, the Nerazzurri would not necessarily have to sell Martinez to make a move for Dybala viable, although they would definitely have to sell Sanchez in order to make space for his wages:
Inter would definitely not sell Sanchez. We'll pay Sanchez to leave. That's how our "selling" policy works at this club.
 

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The 28-year-old continued to sign autographs and smiled at them without saying a word. Il Corriere dello Sport reported this morning that Borussia Dortmund have made an offer to sign him, but the Argentinean is in no rush to decide on his future.

Rumours about Dybala and Dortmund have been bashed by German sources.


It's hilarious how desperately Zazzaroni doesn't want to see Dybala at Inter. When Dybala was still in talks with Juventus (or so we thought) he was saying he hoped Dybala would stay at Juve and a move to Inter would ruin the league. Now that this isn't an option anymore, he talks about imaginary offers from Dortmund and he hopes Dybala goes to Roma. :lol:
 

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Also Juve actually pulled their offer from the table in January when they decided to go for Vlahovic.
 

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Zazzaroni's obsession with Inter continues. He's begging Dybala to go to Roma else at Inter he will have the end of Baggio. :lol:

This is telling me Dybala must be very close to Inter if it isn't done yet.
Also Juve actually pulled their offer from the table in January when they decided to go for Vlahovic.
Exactly. In the end, they didn't even make him an offer. And that's why Dybala is willing to listen Inter's offer. They tried to sell him twice against his will (first to Man Utd, then Tottenham), they tried to change the terms of the agreement, postponing meetings with his agent, leaking fake news to the media to avoid drama during the season and eventually they pushed him out as deadwood and broken. Dybala owes nothing to Juventus.
 

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Zazzaroni's obsession with Inter continues. He's begging Dybala to go to Roma else at Inter he will have the end of Baggio. :lol:

This is telling me Dybala must be very close to Inter if it isn't done yet.

Exactly. In the end, they didn't even make him an offer. And that's why Dybala is willing to listen Inter's offer. They tried to sell him twice against his will (first to Man Utd, then Tottenham), they tried to changed the terms of the agreement, postponing meetings with his agent, leaking fake news to the media to avoid drama during the season and eventually they pushed him out as deadwood and broken. Dybala owes nothing to Juventus.
Lol Roby Baggio was loved at Inter. Dybala would be very happy with that love.
 

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Zazzaroni's obsession with Inter continues. He's begging Dybala to go to Roma else at Inter he will have the end of Baggio. :lol:

This is telling me Dybala must be very close to Inter if it isn't done yet.

Exactly. In the end, they didn't even make him an offer. And that's why Dybala is willing to listen Inter's offer. They tried to sell him twice against his will (first to Man Utd, then Tottenham), they tried to change the terms of the agreement, postponing meetings with his agent, leaking fake news to the media to avoid drama during the season and eventually they pushed him out as deadwood and broken. Dybala owes nothing to Juventus.
Yeah. They actually had the agreement over 8m€ + 2m€ bonus deal but it was never signed, probably because Juve still "hesitated" despite having agreed the numbers. Then come January and the eventual decision was that they pull the offer off and go for Vlahovic.

I think for Juve that was the correct call as it was possible for them to sign Vlahovic and they surely couldn't accommodate all three Vlahovic, Chiesa and Dybala.

But I guess at the same time if the numbers are right, it's a good deal for Inter to sign Dybala for free. Let's see the numbers first.
 

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Ok,is he coming?Or he'll chose Italian champion? Meh..
 

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Paulo Dybala has made his decision to join Inter in the summer and will wait for their offer rather than listening to offers from other clubs.
This according to SportItalia transfer market expert Alfredo Pedulla, who reports on his homepage that the Argentine’s priority is to join the Nerazzurri for next season.

Inter are widely reported as one of the teams most keen to sign Dybala on a free transfer from Juventus, but there has been no formal offer made yet.

However, the player’s will could play the decisive role in where he moves, and according to Pedulla his top destination is the Nerazzurri.

It remains to be seen whether and when Inter make their offer to Dybala, but if they are to make their move they could well agree a deal quickly if the player is all set to accept their proposal.

“We know that Paulo Dybala is free to go wherever he likes (certainly not to Borussia Dortmund) and that he doesn’t need advice on his choice,” Pedulla writes.

“I reiterate what I’ve been saying for a month,” he goes on, “La Joya has decided to wait for Inter, he’s completely happy to do so.”

“And for this very reason he said no to all the clubs who have tried to sign him, even making big offers,” he goes on. “Soon the details will come out, but Paulo’s position right now is clear.”

Seems like a done deal to me, only have to finish the season to make it official.
 

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So are we offering the most or he joining us out of spite against Juve :)

Just seems silly to take a pay cut to come join us.

Next season they will def be contenders again
 

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Hope he comes, that would be nice dose of antidepresive stuff after losing scudetto.
 
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