According to Tuttosport, Inter Milan could make a move for Paulo Dybala if they end up losing Mauro Icardi. There’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that there’s a great deal of interest from many top clubs around Europe for Icardi, but at this moment in time, nothing appears to be concrete. Beppe Marotta, who is the CEO of Sport with Inter, was actually the man who signed Dybala for Juve back in 2015 – and it’s likely that he’ll be the first man he calls if Mauro ends up leaving.
Alas, even if Inter are confident in their chances of signing Dybala, there’s a good chance that it wouldn’t happen. This is because a series of top clubs around the continent have already voiced their interest in the Argentine forward such as Manchester City, Manchester United and many more.
Inter Milan will return to action in the Coppa Italia this weekend when they play host to Benevento.
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