“Dybala ends up with his back against the wall. You point to Milan and dream of Barcelona”


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“Dybala ends up with his back against the wall. You point to Milan and dream about Barcelona,” headlines this morning in the comments of Corriere dello Sport Paulo Dybala. Goya has always been Inter’s second choice. Or at least it became when Marotta, Ausilio, and Paquin realized that Lukaku’s return was more than a suggestion and Inzaghi demanded a Big Rom. “Paulo represents and represents an opportunity, but in the offensive section we are now in a place because we have elements of great depth,” Marotta words that seem to be blocking the way at the moment.

And many remain at the window to understand what the Argentine will do: survey Napoli to understand the numbers and conditions, but without making any real offers. Even Milan did not make any proposals, but they proceeded to send signals, without necessarily resorting to direct channels. In the background, finally, Monza’s proposal stands still, with Galliani dreaming of putting Dybala alongside Icardi. The message was more than eloquent: Berlusconi wants a great pair of strikers and Brianza is willing to wait for Goya until the last day on the market. Then there’s the outside: Goya’s old dream would be Barcelona, ​​to somehow collect Messi’s wand, but they still have to call from Catalonia.

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