“Dybala? It was a chance, but we’re fine” – Corriere.it

From Michele Capello – Editing by Marzio

“The passion for the player remains,” the Nerazzurri’s chief executive said at the press conference. Football is changing, we need to contain costs.”

Chance, a player with great emotion. It is no longer, however, a target for the market. At least for now. At the press conference at the beginning of the season Baby Marotta He assessed the situation at Inter, and also spoke of the interest in Paulo Dybala. A public interest, expressed explicitly with the meeting between the administration of the Nerazzurri and the entourage of Argentina a few weeks ago. Now, however, the situation has changed. Because Romelu is back in Milan lukaku, a deal that requires the centralization of all management attention. Because the Lautaro is not for sale and Dzeko, Correa and Sanchez are still part of the staff available to Simone Inzaghi. That is why, when assessing the situation, the CEO of Nerazzurri expressed himself as follows: “Dybala represents and represents an opportunity but In the offensive sector, we’re fine“.

So no more movement. At the moment, the costs of a player like Dybala are high, and Marotta knows that very well. The costs that Inter does not intend to support today. The CEO said: “Dybala is part of that series of interesting free players. Many of the top level players are still holding on: this is evidence that football is changing. It’s the football that keeps costs down“.

The era of out-of-control spending is over for a while, at least in Italy, and the pandemic has confirmed a process already underway. Dybala’s love for Inter (and Marotta in particular) has never been a secret. But we also have to deal with the economic aspect of running the club: “We have a number of strong players, and the coach will have to manage them in the best possible way. There is still respect for the player I hold dearlyThe words that seem to permanently shut the door in the face of the Argentine striker. For him, there is no place at Inter today.

Jul 5 2022 (change on Jul 5, 2022 | 18:00)

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