Inter CEO Beppe Marotta reportedly had a meeting with Paulo Dybala’s agent after their Coppa Italia final against Juventus.
The Argentinian international played his final derby d’Italia for the Bianconeri on Wednesday. It was far from a family tale ending for Dybala as Juve lose the Coppa final 4-2 to Inter.
The player will be leaving the Bianconeri next summer and could end up playing for the Nerazzurri in 2022-23. Despite recent denials from their director Marotta, Inter keep pushing to secure Dybala’s signature.
According to Tuttosport, the Nerazzurri’s CEO had a meeting with the Argentinian’s agent, Jorge Anton yesterday.
Both parties could be discussing Dybala’s potential transfer as Inter already preparing a four-year deal worth 6m per season. However, there’s no agreement yet between them as the player is still evaluating other offers.