Roma are still an option for Paulo Dybala as the Argentine free agent struggles to draw satisfying offers in Europe after concluding his chapter with Juventus earlier in May.
According to Corriere dello Sport, Inter have stalled negotiations with Dybala’s entourage and this has motivated the 28-year-old to pursue other solutions on the market.
The Italian newspaper reports that Dybala is inclined on lowering his wage demands in the absence of offers.
Therefore, Roma remain vigilant. The capital club, and more specifically GM Tiago Pinto, had already approached Dybala’s agent in January to inquire about his availability for a move to the capital.
Dybala’s preference is to play in the Champions League, but Roma could offer him a long-term project with the leadership of none other than Jose Mourinho.