Inter have reportedly put talks for Paulo Dybala on hold as Romelu Lukaku has become their priority target.
Gazzetta dello Sport and Sky Sport Italia report that La Joya’s transfer to the Stadio Meazza is not certain, as it appeared to be a few days ago.
Dybala is available as a free agent as Juventus refused to extend his contract in March. His agent met Inter two weeks ago, but there haven’t been new developments since.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, talks are stalling because of the agent fees requested by Dybala’s representative Jorge Antun. As per Sky Sport Italia, Romelu Lukaku has become Inter’s priority and the Nerazzurri would need to sell at least two strikers to afford both Big Rom and Dybala.
The Nerazzurri have made a new offer to get Lukaku on loan from Chelsea. Multiple reports in Italy claim that Inter have offered €7m plus bonuses to reunite with their ex-striker, one year after his €113m move to Chelsea. Inter are confident about finalising the deal as Lukaku strongly wants to return to the club.
Inter CEO Beppe Marotta said on Monday that both Dybala and Lukaku are concrete transfer targets for the Nerazzurri.