After concluding his time at Juventus, Paulo Dybala is in search of a new home as one of this year’s top free agents. His preference is to continue playing in Italy despite awaiting offers from abroad.
At the moment, Corriere dello Sport reports that Dybala’s exceedingly high demands put off several clubs interested in him.
Now, the player is reportedly ready to lower his wage demands, thus opening the door to numerous teams including Roma who may be willing to satisfy these demands.
According to the Italian newspaper, the 28-year-old attacker is open to negotiations with Roma. The capital club and Mourinho are evaluating the situation, knowing they must first secure a certain number of player exits including Amadou Diawara, Gonzalo Villar and Justin Kluivert.