Paulo Dybala’s potential move to Inter won’t be enough to warrant him as a traitor, here is why.
The Argentina international will end his tenure in Turin next summer after spending seven years with them. Dybala won’t be renewing his deal with Juve and he is looking to leave on a free transfer.
Multiple reports in Italy claim that Inter are the most likely destination for the former Palermo man. News of his potential departure to the Nerazzurri has triggered intriguing reactions from Juve fans.
Some supporters are okay with his decision but others consider the Argentinian a traitor if he does move to Inter. Despite both teams’ rivalry, JFC News believe it’s not fair to call Dybala a traitor.
Based on reports, it’s not the striker who decided to end their relationship as his initial plan was to extend his deal. Before Christmas, Dybala was ready to continue his adventure but Juve keep delaying the deal and providing cryptic comments.
After their success in signing Dusan Vlahovic, Juve immediately changed their stance on the Argentine. Considering the club’s treatment, it’s normal for Dybala to pick whatever teams that can offer him the best situation. The club has tried to get rid of La Joya multiple times in the past.
Moreover, in the past, there have been examples of top players moving around big teams in Serie A. The likes of Roberto Baggio, Christian Vieri, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic are some of the names who played for Juve, Inter, and Milan.