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Paulo Dybala ‘has chosen Inter Milan with his MUM playing a key role in his decison’

Paulo Dybala ‘has chosen Inter Milan, with his mother playing a key role in his decision to join the Italian giants on a free transfer’… and the former Juventus star ‘will make £5m per season on a four-year contract’

  • Paulo Dybala will reportedly sign for Inter, thanks to his mother’s help
  • The midfielder’s mother, Alicia, is said to have played a key role in his decision
  • Dybala has been linked with the Premier League but has his sights set on Inter
  • He will earn £5m per season and commit to Serie A for the next four years

Paulo Dybala has decided to move to Inter Milan next season – with his mother who helped him choose the Italian giants, according to reports.

The Argentinian will become a free agent when his contract with Juventus expires later this month and has been heavily linked with a move to the Premier League – with Manchester United, Tottenham and Arsenal all said to be eager to get him – but he has agreed to remain in Italy.

Dybala has now ‘chosen’ Inter and made his decision after consulting his mother Alicia, according to Gazetta dello Sportsays she is “very present in his life and sports choices.”

Paulo Dybala moves to Inter Milan after leaving Juventus thanks to his mother's help

Paulo Dybala moves to Inter Milan after leaving Juventus thanks to his mother’s help

His mother Alicia (R) influences Dybala's life and sporting decisions, the report says

His mother Alicia (R) influences Dybala’s life and sporting decisions, the report says

The attacker has a ‘complete’ deal to sign for Inter and the club are confident the deal will be finalized soon – with the player already signing a four-year contract after being offered £5million per season.

The ‘final steps’ of the deal are ‘missing’, the report continues, but says it is only a matter of time before it closes.

Inter are unrivaled in their bid to sign Dybala with no other clubs in the running for the 28-year-old, with the player being courted by the Nerazzurri for ‘months’.

Dybala signs four-year contract with Inter Milan worth £5million per season after leaving Turin

Dybala signs four-year contract with Inter Milan worth £5million per season after leaving Turin

Dybala scored Argentina's third and final goal in their Finalissima win over Italy

Dybala scored Argentina’s third and final goal in their Finalissima win over Italy

Earlier this month, Sportsmail revealed how Tottenham turned down the chance to sign Dybala due to his dazzling wage demands of £280,000 a week.

The Spurs captains were hesitant at his request, although Inter are willing to pay as they prepare for a number of exits – with Croatian veteran Ivan Perisic already leaving to join the north Londoners and Matias Vecino leaving on a free transfer.

Dybala will sign for Inter after winning Argentina’s ‘Finalissima’ against Italy this month – the clash between the winners of the European Championship and the Copa America – scoring the third goal in the 3-0 win.

He spent seven seasons with Juventus, won 15 trophies, including the Scudetto five times, played a total of 293 times and scored 115 times for the Old Lady.

Inzaghi wants an Inter front line from Lukaku, Paulo Dybala (pictured) and Lautaro Martinez next term

Martinez in action for Inter . last season

Inter wants an Inter frontline of Lukaku, Dybala (left) and Lautaro Martinez (R) next term

Dybala will team up with an Inter team led by Simone Inzaghi, whose side missed out on the Serie A title last season after being defeated by rivals AC Milan.

Inzaghi is also pushing Chelsea forward Romelu Lukaku out of favor and is already dreaming of pairing Lukaku, Dybala and Lautaro Martinez, according to reports from the same outlet last week.

They state that Inzaghi “can’t get the possibility out of his head” and wants to add Lukaku “at all costs” to his roster.

There has been talk of returning Lukaku to the San Siro on loan, although it is believed Inter would have to pay a £20million loan to secure the man they sold to Chelsea for £98million last summer.



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