Inter put Paulo Dybala move on hold?

Inter have reportedly put their potential move for Juventus’ striker, Paulo Dybala on hold.

The Argentina international will end his adventure in Turin next summer as his current deal officially expires. Juventus have decided not to renew Dybala’s contract so he can move for free.

Several clubs are keen on securing his signature, with Inter reportedly leading the race for now. However, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport(via Juventusnews24), a deal between both parties might need to wait.

In the latest meeting between Inter and Dybala’s agent, Jorge Antun, the club asked for more time before the deal can happen.

The Nerazzurri’s CEO, Beppe Marotta is trying to solve some problems regarding contract renewals before he can sign the ex-Palermo star.

Inter must be cautious though as Roma are also keen on Dybala and could take advantage of Inter’s recent troubles.

Dybala has spent seven seasons with Juve since moving from Palermo back in 2015. The Argentinian made 293 competitive appearances for the Bianconeri, scoring 115 goals and 51 assists in the process.

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