Inter executive direc tor Beppe Marotta is said to have contacted Paulo Dybala’s agents to understand the limits of a move for the Roma star.
The Nerazzurri were one of the clubs seriously interested in signing the Argentine striker last summer after his contract with Juventus expired, but he eventually joined the Giallorossi, signing a three-year contract.
Dybala shone in his debut season in the Italian capital, scoring 18 goals and providing eight assists in 38 appearances in all competitions, quickly becoming a fan favorite at the club.
According to Corriere della Sera, Marotta called Dybala’s circle recently to begin exploring a possible deal for the Roma star this summer, aware of the release clause in his contract.
The 29-year-old has two release clauses – the first is valid for clubs abroad and is worth €12 million, while the second is reportedly worth around €20 million and also relies on Roma giving him the green light.
Marotta wanted to understand the costs of a potential deal and whether a move was a realistic possibility this summer.