Inter are serious in their ambitions to sign Juve’s Paulo Dybala and club director Beppe Marotta has already spoken to his agent. La Joya is out of contract in a few months and talks over his contract extension have dragged on for over a year.
His agent Jorge Antun has flown into Turin and is expected to meet with Juve management on Thursday to discuss a possible renewal.
La Gazzetta dello Sport report that Marotta and Antun have spoken over the phone but could meet this week as well.
The Nerazzurri can’t afford to match Juve’s last offer of €8m net per season plus €2m in add-ons until 2026. But should Juve lower their offer as previously reported, Inter could offer €7.5m a year plus bonuses, but on longer terms that Juve may offer.
Tottenham, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona are all interested in the Argentine forward.