AC Milan have made contact with the representatives of Paulo Dybala over the possibility of a free transfer after his contract with Juventus expires at the end of the month, according to Corriere dello Sport.
The Argentinian forward has made a total of 293 appearances for Juventus over seven years, scoring 115 goals and producing 48 assists in all competitions. His departure upon contract expiration this summer has been confirmed, and there has been plenty of interest in his services.
Inter Milan are believed to be leading the race, but the negotiations over the personal terms have reportedly slowed down for the time being, and just as they beat Inter to the Scudetto in 2021/22, Milan are looking to beat their city rivals for Dybala too. The 28-year-old is apparently open to the idea of playing for the Rossoneri.
Apart from Dybala, Milan are said to be targeting the LOSC Lille duo of defender Sven Botman and midfielder Renato Sanches.
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