Inter beat Manchester United and Atletico Madrid in the race to sign Juventus’ greatest player
Inter Milan has agreed to a four-year contract with Paulo Dybala, beating out a number of other clubs.
Manchester United and Atletico Madrid were both interested in signing the 28-year-old Argentinian, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, but neither club pursued him with the same zeal as Inter. They went for the player, but not as aggressively as Beppe Marotta did.
Dybala’s Juventus contract will end in June 2022. After the Old Lady refused to extend him fresh terms, La Joya has decided to join Inter on a four-year deal worth €6 million plus bonuses.
According to Inter’s management, Dybala will be a key player for Simone Inzaghi’s team next season. Inter and the playmaker’s entourage apparently reached an arrangement after a meeting between the two sides between the Nerazzurri’s games against Bologna and Udinese.