The interruption of negotiations between Juventus and Paulo Dybala on a new contract gave Inter and its director Giuseppe Marotti an occasion to attack the Argentine. Inter started the operation of bringing Paulo Dybala for next summer and prepared a concrete offer.
Nerazzurri offers the Argentine 7,500,000 euros and bonuses. Plus money to sign a contract since he would come as a free agent in the summer when his contract with the Old Lady expires. Beppe Marotta built his directorial name at Juventus on such stories and players that he brought without compensation, such as Andrea Pirlo, Paul Pogba, Sami Khedira, Fernando Llorente, Kingsley Coman, Emre Can, Dani Alves ...
And during his tenure as director, Paulo Dybala also came to Juventus. Marotta then took him from Inter and Milan in front of their nose. He has now prepared revenge for the former club and has already started talks with agent Jorge Antun, whom he called by phone yesterday and presented him with the conditions that Inter is ready to offer.
At the moment, these are better conditions than the ones prepared by Juventus.
Paulo Dybala salary
According to the current contract with Juventus, Paulo Dybala earns 7,300,000 euros per season net (about 13,500,000 euros per year costs Juve gross) and asked for an increase to 10,000,000 euros net.
Juventus prepared an offer of 8,500,000 euros fixed plus bonuses in the amount of 1,500,000 euros in the fall, but that offer was never officially put in front of Paulo Dybala and he was recently offered only 7,000,000 euros a year to extend his contract for five years.
There, all conversations were interrupted and Inter entered the story ... Nerazzurri offers more, and bonuses can prevail. Paulo Dybala would practically get the contract that Christian Eriksen had - 7,500,000 euros per season plus bonuses.
Inter's budget for salaries will be even more relaxed in the summer with the departures of Arthuro Vidal and Matias Vecino. On their gross salaries, the Milan club will save around 16,000,000 euros. With the savings from Eriksen's contract, that is enough for Inter to offer attractive conditions.
The Argentine would be an ideal reinforcement for football and the system nurtured by coach Simone Inzaghi, and he would play in tandem with compatriot Lautaro Martinez. Juventus still has time to react and offer better conditions, it seems that this will not happen because the club is not convinced that Paulo Dybala is worth the money due to weaker form and more frequent problems with injuries.