In a month and a half, Paulo Dybala will be unemployed, but the future is in place, according to the major Milan newspaper

Dybala beat Juventus in front in the Coppa Italia quarter-final – see all goals from the match here.

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‘Inter have chosen Dybala and it’s not even news anymore’.

This is how the Milan newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport writes.

After seven seasons in Turin, things are rapidly drawing to a close for Argentine star Paulo Dybala. On July 1, he is officially unemployed, but Inter may look like a future club for Dybala, who in that case will be united with compatriot Lautaro Martínez.

– The Inter fans I talk to are not particularly enthusiastic. It is for the same reasons that Juventus are not extending with Dybala. He has suffered many injuries, says Ulrik Larsen, who is co-founder of the Italian football podcast ‘The 3 Senators’ and has been a Juventus fan since 1983.

– He is technically amazingly skilled, but has a hard time being tactically gifted. He has gotten a lot of scolding out of Allegri, Sarri and Pirlo, and now Allegri again, but he keeps searching away from the areas where he needs to be.

– It is combined with a desire for a very high salary, and so Juventus said that they think he should try to find something else. It’s a bit the same things that worry Inter.

The Argentine probably does not fit in perfectly with Inter either.

Inter’s biggest problem offensively is that they have lost a lot of speed. It had Lukaku and Hakimi. It was a great weapon for last year’s team. Yes, Dumfries can run fast, but not compared to Hakimi, says Ulrik Larsen.

Whether there is still enough speed in the Inter team to beat Juventus, we will find out on Wednesday night.

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