The owner of Monza, Silvio Berlusconi, said at the end of May that after the historic placement in Serie A, he wants to win the title of champion of Italy and the Champions League. From next season, Monza will play in the elite of Italian football, and Berlusconi and his faithful collaborator Adriano Galliani are hard at work preparing for it.
Gianluca Di Marzio writes that Berlusconi and Galliani have decided to form a hell of an Argentine attacking tandem consisting of Mauro Icardi – Paulo Dybala. Icardi (29) is currently at PSG, but they don’t count on him there. Berlusconi reportedly contacted Icardi’s wife and manager, Wanda Nara. In Monza they believe they have something to lure him to bring the former Inter captain.
Monza is also targeting Paulo Dybala (28), whose contract with Juventus expired on June 30. Dybala left the Turin club after seven years and now the clubs do not have to pay compensation for him. The problem is his salary. Namely, Dybala does not want to sign for less than seven million euros per year, and no club is currently offering him that.
Di Marzio therefore writes that Dybala is a dream for Monza, but that there is still a possibility for the expensive Argentine star to move to the new Italian premier league. Monza must also strengthen the defense. Di Marzio claims the club will go after Turkish defender Kaan Ayhan from Sassuolo and Oscar Mingeza from Barcelona.
The club will soon confirm the arrival of Inter midfielder Stefano Sensi, having previously signed goalkeeper Alessio Cranio and stoppers Andrea Carboni and Andrea Ranocchia.