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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BasedGodPunk

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Dude really played his contract out trying to milk the, "Its a free transfer give me a massive salary" game and its biting him in the ass. Given the extreme lack of interest I wouldn't be surprised if he crawled back to Juve Lukaku style for 5 million a year.
 

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Di Marzio has been trash this season, Pedulla is our guy this year
 

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If it was truly down to Lukaku and Dybala then I'm guessing Inzaghi got the final say and chose Rom. Which I'm fine with as Inzaghi proved himself to be a capable enough coach to believe in.

I don't think the issue with Dybala will end up being Financials. Once we trim down the forwards we'll have the money. The issue with Dybala will be if Inzaghi wants to stick with 3-5-2 and have Dybala not be an every day starter. I doubt Dybala would have interest in that role for a club that won't be competing(In theory) for the UCL.
He outcoached himself in the Derby which cost us the Scudetto.
 

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If we let Dybala to Beelan we deserve another humiliation next season. Inzaghi is fucking retard if he let go Dybala cause Lukaku. We need them both. Get rid of Sanchez (or BBQ Correa) and grandma Dzeko.
 

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I do not think that we should lose the chance to sign Dybala now. Hopefully, we are able to get him in good financial terms. Lukaku, Martinez, Dybala would all get good playing time for sure. They are not vying for only one spot but it is for 2 spots and there would also be the need to play with 3 strikers at times.

If injury does not haunt Dybala, then he would be more handy in the following season as well, when we might be without Lukaku. And who knows how long Martinez would be with us.
 

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Just read the discussion about him in reddit and rubentini mostly roast Jorge Antun, Dybala's agent. He dragged the contract extension worthed 10 M/year 2 years ago because he demanded larger commission fee.
It happens again now where Antun stalled the negotiation. Dybala's camp started at advantage for teams are interested to sign him on free. Then his incompetence started when it was known Dybala would only pick Italian team which heavily narrowed down his option thus lowering his position. Futhermore Antun did nothing in response to imminent Lukaku's signing and now Dybala becomes a surplus to our forwards. Now he has no choice but to accept much lower wage in order to keep playing next season.
 

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Just read the discussion about him in reddit and rubentini mostly roast Jorge Antun, Dybala's agent. He dragged the contract extension worthed 10 M/year 2 years ago because he demanded larger commission fee.
It happens again now where Antun stalled the negotiation. Dybala's camp started at advantage for teams are interested to sign him on free. Then his incompetence started when it was known Dybala would only pick Italian team which heavily narrowed down his option thus lowering his position. Futhermore Antun did nothing in response to imminent Lukaku's signing and now Dybala becomes a surplus to our forwards. Now he has no choice but to accept much lower wage in order to keep playing next season.

It's also the matter of time before teams like PSG or MU get desperate and offer him 10m/y tho.
 

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Ordine is a hardcore Milanista (even though he claims he supports Foggia :lol:) and an Inter hater. He often gets involved into fights on twitter with Biasin and Inter fans.

But in this case I wouldn't be surprised one bit if the agent would ask 10m€.

This is the moment he's been waiting for. Get his star client to free agency for him and his client to profit maximally.
 

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yeah. thats one of the big reasons why you'd do a bosman, too, to make a good pay day for player and agent. straight out of the Raiola playbook
 

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If we indeed let Dybala go it shows that we are a unreliable club which moves with the waves.

The only good reason we let Dybala go now is if we keep Skriniar. I don't know what we are doing if we sell Skrinair and let Dybala slide.
 

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I still believe we would like to add him. Just need to part ways with Alexis first and maybe one of Dzeko and Correa. Just hope he is willing to wait for the moment we can sign him....
 

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We are idiots, we wont bring him and our options from bench would be Corrrea, Sanchez and Dzeko roflmao
 

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Di Marzio says we've hit the breaks on this.

One of Pedulla or Sky Italia are gonna be eating shit over this. They've both been quite vocal about Dybala.
Neither are contradicting each other. Both can be right and probably are.

Deal is on standby because we aren't signing him yet.
 

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he`ll be 29 in november, we probably can sell him in a year or two, he is marketable and if he has a good season it could be a good plusvalenza if anything,
 

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Given the lack of anyone showing any serious interest in him, I wouldnt hold your breath too much on short term plusvalenza. A really good season obviously will help a lot, but bear in mind right now you could pick him up for ~11m euros a year, no one is spending 40-60mil in a season's time unless he has a Lukaku-esque season
 

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When we sign Dybala, he will play his contract at Inter.

Only exceptions:
1. He sets the world on fire and a club like Real Madrid/Barcelona comes for him next summer
2. He flops massively and we end up golden handshake him the fuck out after 2-3 years.

It's exactly how @.h. puts it, there is no big interest on him now, when only thing you need to pay is agent commission. Why would anyone wanna pay anything to Inter later, when he's older?
 

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Well we will see, yes a lack of interest is a thing to worry about, but a lot can change in a year and clubs that spend big can be quite unpredictable if the season is trophyless, just look Manutd, coaches can change and have their demands, we'll see, but still worth a gamble...
 

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Well we will see, yes a lack of interest is a thing to worry about, but a lot can change in a year and clubs that spend big can be quite unpredictable if the season is trophyless, just look Manutd, coaches can change and have their demands, we'll see, but still worth a gamble...

The lack of interest sofar is because Dybala denies interest from abroad. And there are only 3 teams in Italy that suits him, one of them has burnt the bridge, another couldn't afford to renew players. That leaves only us.

If he opens up to other leagues, you can expect the likes of MU, Arsenal, A.Madrid... to jump in quickly, maybe even Barca and PSG.

The same thing is happening to Bremer.
 
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