After having been rumored as the favorites to land Paulo Dybala in free agency, Inter seem to have pulled out of the race for the Argentine attacker.
Inter executive Beppe Marotta addressed the situation involving the former Juventus player and his agent, Jorge Antun, in today’s press conference at Appiano Gentile.
“The topic of Dybala has been debated for a while now, and I want to clarify what’s going on,” said Marotta.
“He’s a free agent, and for the first time in a while many quality players are without a team. It’s a sign that football is changing.”
“Dybala represented an opportunity for us, but right now we’re absolutely fine the way we are from an attacking standpoint,” concluded the ex-Juve director.
For weeks Inter had been considered the heavy favorites in the race, with Roma, Napoli and Milan in the background. None of those teams have come forward with an official offer for 28-year-old Dybala, which has motivated the ex-Palermo man to look for options abroad.