On June 30, Paulo Dybala and Juventus will be officially separated: no renewal, no contract termination. After seven years, the roads part. But which jersey will the current number 10 of Juventus wear? Joya, according to the regulations, has already been free to contact other teams for two months and of course there have been contacts: Inter in Italy, Atletico and Barcelona in Spain, some polls from England, the latter destination not being preferred – according to what is taught – by the player. As soon as it was learned about the lack of renewal between manager Jorge Antun and Juventus executives, the news arrived from Argentina about a meeting already planned for the next few days with Inter.
As Cesar Luis Merlo, the journalist of TYC Sports, who has been following the story of the failure of the agreement with Juventus for months, reports, in the coming days there will be a meeting between Antun and Beppe Marotta, a great admirer of the Argentine, the man who in 2015 he bought it from Palermo to take to Turin. In the plans of the black leaders there is room for a serious contract like that of Dybala, in front of the farewell of Vidal and / or Sanchez. In short, Joya would inherit a salary of more than 7.5 million plus bonuses, a figure not much higher than what Juve said he was willing to pay. The difference, in Marotta’s goals, however, would be the absolute centralization of the player in the team project: an Inter in short, built on Dybalan that with Correan and Lautaro would constitute an entirely Argentine attack.