Inter Milan CEO Giuseppe Marotta has praised Argentine playmaker Paulo Dybala as they look to sign him in the summer.
The player has been heavily linked with a move to San Siro after it became evident that he won't be extending his stay at Juventus with Inter set to snap him for free.
In an interview with Sky Sports, Marotta said of the player: "He’s an excellent player and is available on a free transfer. He’s attractive to big clubs.
“We’re strong in attack and we’re the team who have scored the most goals, so from this point of view we have no problems, but I appreciate his qualities.”
Inter CEO Marotta: “Paulo Dybala’s a great player and he’s now available on a free. We’ve many strikers but for sure I appreciate his skills”, tells Sky Sport. 🔵 #Inter— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) May 10, 2022
“We’re optimistic to extend Ivan Perisić contract, he wants to stay and feeling is mutual - we’re on it”.
Despite Inter playing down the links, reports indicate that they have reached an agreement over a four-year deal with the player who feels he still has a lot to prove in the Serie A.
The Argentine forward continues to remain coy over his future as he is focused on finishing the season on a high note and has attracted interest from teams outside Italy too with the likes of Manchester United said to have enquired about his availability.