Free agent Paulo Dybala’s club future is expected to be resolved within the next few weeks with Inter and Roma battling for his services.
According to Argentine journalist Cesar Luis Merlo of TyC Sports, the Giallorossi made a three-year contract proposal to “la Joya”. The capital club’s ownership group, the Friedkins, want to gift the supporters an important reinforcement this summer following their Conference League title.
However, the attacker isn’t in a rush to accept the offer, preferring to evaluate all of his options, including Inter, before making a final decision within the next 20-30 days.
Though, Dybala reportedly would prefer Champions League football next season—something that, at least for next year, Roma can not offer.