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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So why else would he return to Inter? )
Because he feels he will play more regularly and play better than at Chelsea, remembering his good days at Inter.

It's also the same feeling I have when I think back at my early twenties remembering fondly how I could drink 10 beers a night and still function tomorrow, and then trick myself into thinking I can still do it. Unfortunately, no longer the case. Maybe on a good night 5-6 with proper food and "conditioning", but not really 10.
 

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Atletico Madrid or a Top English team may give him even more than what Inter is giving... if we don't rush he will not sign with Inter.
 

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He dumped Rube for having second thoughts and moved toward their enemy. I assume he'll wait for us for as long as we need... :palm:
 

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You know what, these image rights might be the issue here why the whole thing is stalling. I remember reading back then few years ago when he was being shopped to EPL how hard it was with his agent and image rights got something to do with it.

The contract for the player is most probably done, but these other stuff is not settled like image rights, agent cut etc

And honestly I wouldn't be sad not getting this guy if we need to "break the bank" for it (including giving him the image rights etc). I've said from the beginning 4 years is a risk I wouldn't want to take so if that's the deal and we back out eventually, I'm not really that sad.
Yh I remember his previous agent had control of his image rights but iirc this was sorted last year or the year before.

Totally agree with you, we don't need to break the bank for this transfer. In fact if by not signing him we can save Skriniar for example, I'd rather not sign him at all.
 

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We are managed by rats and clowns

Based on your previous posts and this one, you seem to be very quick to jump the gun. Patience is a virtue.

Marotta secured Lukaku and is now resuming this negotiation: now the pressure is on Dybala because he wants to join and will instruct his agent to obey. Money has been spent on Lukaku transfer, so they will be forced to accept Don Marotta`s terms because we still have Lautaro, so we have the upper hand.

Mediocre numbers, 2 of those 4 seasons are Correa-level. Very risky signing, hopefully the management is aware.

DYBALA AGENT TOLD TO LOWER INTER COMMISSION​

Inter had put Dybala talks on pause in order to finalise the Lukaku deal, but now FCInter1908.it claim a meeting is set up within the next few days with agent Jorge Antun to discuss the former Juventus star.

He is a free agent, but the Nerazzurri have still not agreed personal terms, asking Dybala to reduce his €8m per season contract demands and also for Antun to significantly lower his commission.

They are expected to finally reach a salary agreement at circa €6m per season including bonuses, whereas the deal he had done with Juventus in 2021 before the club withdrew it was worth over €10m per season.
Have no fear, Don Marotta is here :cool:

He will end up in Rome or another side of Milan
Why would he go there LOL?
Sky Sport Italia note Inter are encouraged in their demands by the relative lack of competition for Dybala, as he does not want the Premier League, while Milan and Roma are not ready to offer those figures either.

I`ve been writing that Dybala has been locked ever since winter. Same for Bremer.
 
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Dybala is going nowhere. Milan or Roma cannot pay even what we offer, let alone what Dybala demands.
 

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I think Dybala is not the player he use to be. Juventus not renewing is a huge signal.

Many here will say it’s due to his former clubs formation or principle due to the collapse of the non renewal. But that’s secondary, Juventus still deemed him not to be worth his salary demands.

Risk is also a factor. No one wants to sign a player who is injured too often, for high wages. Reasonable to predict that he will be injured more often.

Dybala is simply overreaching. His bargaining position is not what it was 2 seasons ago and he need to bring down his expectations.
 

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To tell you the truth i dnt know in what position he can play at inter.. Lukaku coming he is a sure starter with Lautaro
So i dnt think we are in position ti give that salary to someone whos gonna stay in bench and he will accept either by being in bench

Just forget him already we fucked ourself by going for lukaku instead of dybala
 

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To tell you the truth i dnt know in what position he can play at inter.. Lukaku coming he is a sure starter with Lautaro
So i dnt think we are in position ti give that salary to someone whos gonna stay in bench and he will accept either by being in bench

Just forget him already we fucked ourself by going for lukaku instead of dybala
Come on. In 3-5-2 he can play left or right, but ideally he would be great at 3-4-1-2.
 

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If we sign Dybala and play 3-4-1-2 no one is outscoring that team. The trio can rotate in and out of the lineup with Hakan playing AM as well when Dybala goes up top. This needs to be the goal. I'm normally a massive pessimist but unless we have injury issues that team is by far the favorite to take the league.
 
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