According to credible sources, despite claims that Paulo Dybala has agreed to join Inter Milan as a free agent this summer, a deal has not yet been finalized. Dybala has had a successful season in Turin and will likely make an impact for Argentina to make the FIFA World Cup odds attractive.

Still, the leaders of Juventus opted not to sign La Joya to an expensive new contract when they terminated their initial agreement last year. At the end of March, he announced that he would not be re-signing with the Bianconeri. 

This occurred after seven successful years with the team, during which he became well-known throughout Europe. But his connection with the club would expire if he joins the team that faces Juventus in the Derby d’Italia this summer.

The Race for Dybala

Inter is rumored to be interested in signing Dybala. According to La Gazzetta Dello Sport, the Juventus star has agreed to join the Nerazzurri at the end of the season.

The rumor stated that La Joya would sign a four-year contract worth €6 million per year plus bonuses with the club.

However, Dybala’s agent Jorge Antun, who was instrumental in his contract negotiations with Juventus, stated that no agreement had been reached with any team.

“As of today, I am in no way affiliated with any club,” he stated that no agreement had been reached with either Italian or overseas clubs. Fabrizio Romano noted that negotiations with Inter are ongoing.

Still, Inter appears to be the current favorite to capture Dybala. This summer, Lautaro Martinez could leave, and the most outstanding successor for Simone Inzaghi could be Il Toro’s countryman.

Gazzetta’s timely speculations have injected some intrigue into Wednesday’s Coppa Italia final between Derby d’Italia opponents, even though no agreement has been reached.

Chelsea vs. Inter for Dybala

Attempts by Chelsea to recruit free-agent Paulo Dybala during the summer transfer window have been severely hampered. Numerous teams have been interested in the 28-year-old star, whose contract with Juventus is soon to expire.

According to Gazzetta Dello Sport, the Argentine international footballer has decided to sign for Inter Milan when his contract with the Old Lady expires in June. After Massimiliano Allegri’s squad modified the rules, Dybala rejected a new contract with Juventus in March.

Before Christmas, the Argentine reportedly signed a five-year, £6.8 million-per-year contract with the Italian giants. However, according to rumors, Juventus reversed their decision and offered Dybala a new deal, which he declined.

Despite his numerous injuries, the attacker has been one of Europe’s most sought-after players. Dybala’s impressive performance has attracted the interest of Chelsea and several other Premier League clubs, making him an attractive free agent before the summer.

During his seven years in Turin, he has achieved the ideal balance between playmaking and goal scoring. He could be the perfect player to assist Havertz’s expanding position under Tuchel. This season, he has participated in 35 games for Juventus and contributed to 20 goals.

Dybala’s contribution to the Old Lady’s recent success has been significant, and he was recently named vice-captain of the club. In February, Dybala reportedly received pre-contract offers from Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, Manchester United, and Manchester City.

According to the report, Paris Saint-Germain and Inter Milan are also interested. On the other hand, the English clubs were uncertain whether Dybala would leave Juventus this summer. 

Tottenham was close to signing Dybala in 2019, but talks broke down over the player’s image rights, leaving the English teams uncertain that Dybala would leave Juventus this summer.

Dybala to Inter

There is no doubt that Paulo Dybala will join Inter, and a deal is expected to be reached before the end of the week, according to many Italian news agencies.

In March, the Argentine became a free agent after Juventus declined to renew his contract. Inter and his agent Jorge Antun have been in negotiations for some time, and Jorge Antun is finally prepared to sign a deal with the Nerazzurri.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport and Tuttosport, Antun and Beppe Marotta will speak again today. Dybala has chosen Inter and will sign a four-year, €6 million contract with €1 million in add-ons. 

The parties have not yet reached a financial agreement, but they should be able to do so by the end of the week.

When Dybala returns from his vacation in the United States with his girlfriend Oriana Sabatini, where he met Paul Pogba last weekend, the Nerazzurri will make the announcement. 

They are excellent friends but will no longer play together because the Frenchman will return to the Allianz Stadium from Manchester United for free.