Dybala's move to Inter is getting complicated
Paulo Dybala had practically done it with Inter Milan. What's more, everything was agreed at the expense of a final meeting that would be the final step before signing the final agreement.
The deal with Inter was imminent, as the Argentine international was clear about his desire to continue in Serie A after not renewing his contract with Juventus. The 'Nerazzurri' have been the team that has been the most interested in signing him since the news of his departure.
The agreement was so clear that even the figures of the contract that Paulo Dybala would have at Inter had been published. The player would receive a salary of six million euros net per season, plus variables that would be set aside according to objectives.
According to 'Mundo Deportivo', the signing could be in danger of not being completed. The arrival of Romelu Lukaku has completely changed the scenario, as he wants to return to Inter and could put the brakes on the arrival of the Argentine.
The same media reports that right now the priority is Lukaku, although they do not want to rule out Paulo Dybala. The problem lies in the salary margin and, before undertaking this operation, the Giuseppe Meazza's sporting management needs to sell players from the squad.