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Paulo Dybala: Juventus agreement confirm, PSG, Inter and Mourinho Eye’s Argentine

Paulo Dybala transfer news – Paulo Dybala, who was free in June with Juventus Turin, has been added to Paris SG’s summer plans. He will have a long-term agreement with the French club.

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Paulo Dybala could be Inter’s target

Paulo Dybala, who joined Juventus Turin for €41 million in July 2015, is leaving after seven years of good and loyal service. The Argentine attacking midfielder was still unable to reach an agreement with his club on a contract extension when his contract expired the following June. The 28-year-old Argentine will leave Juventus Turin at the end of the season with 15 goals and 6 assists in 31 appearances across all competitions.


Dybala can finally stay and continue his adventure in Serie A, as announced across Europe, particularly at Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona, Atlético Madrid, Tottenham Hotspur, and other major clubs. Corriere Della Sera reported on Thursday that Dybala could reach an agreement in principle with Inter Milan for a free transfer this summer. Paulo Dybala would sign a four-year contract worth 6 million euros per year. However, another Italian club is interested in luring the Laguna Larga native away from Inter.

Paulo Dybala transfer news: Could Mourinho be trying to sabotage Inter’s plans?

While Inter Milan was touted as the favorite to sign Paulo Dybala ahead of Paris Saint-Germain, La Repubblica reports that the player “would have decided not to join the reigning Italian champions and would now turn to Roma.” José Mourinho, a big fan of Dybala, would persuade his club’s management to take a stand to bring him back. Mourinho and the Giallorossi, on the other hand, will face competition from Paris SG and a number of Premier League and La Liga clubs..

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