Inter Milan eyes Paulo Dybala as Juventus drama continues

The January 2022 transfer window is open (find out when it closes here), and there’s plenty of gossip swirling about who’s moving where. Transfer Talk brings you all the latest buzz on rumors, whereabouts and, of course, closed deals!

TOP STORY: Inter eye Dybala amid Juve drama

Internazionale already have a strong squad, as indicated by their position atop the Serie A table, so they have turned their attention to players whose contracts end this summer, as reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport. .

The big name of the report is that of Juventus Paulo Dybala, which has been the center of much concern in Turin as the Argentine is yet to sign a contract extension with the Old Lady despite it being a big talking point for months.

Dybala apparently glared at Juventus directors after scoring in the team’s 2-0 win over Udinese on Sunday in an apparent gesture of frustration, later saying: ‘I have nothing to prove to no one. The club has decided that we will speak in February or March. . »

Although there are no signs that Inter have moved yet, CEO Giuseppe Marotta is watching the situation closely. If Dybala’s contract is allowed to expire, it’s likely there will be plenty of competition for his signature this summer.

With an agreement for the goalkeeper of Ajax Amsterdam André Onana almost certain – as they have been for some time – Inter are also working to sign the centre-back from Borussia Mönchengladbach Matthias Ginter.

That could mean Inter moving for the Germany international this window, rather than waiting for him to become a free agent, to avoid additional competition this summer.

They could also move for a midfielder if either or both Matias Vecino and Stefano Sensi leave, while renewals are underway for Marcelo Brozovic and meVan Perisic.

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– Roma, Lille, Genoa and Bordeaux are all hoping to sign Bouna Sarr from Bayern Munich, as Foot Market reported. The Senegal international is at the Africa Cup of Nations and although that is all the 29-year-old is focusing on at the moment, it is suggested he could move on before the end of the window, having played just 55 minutes in the Bundesliga this season.

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