Inter Milan could line up with Lautaro Martinez and Paulo Dybala up front together next season as vice-president Javier Zanetti drops hint about all-Argentine strikeforce at the San Siro
- Paulo Dybala has left Juventus after seven seasons and is available on a free
- Arsenal and Manchester United have been linked to the Argentina international
- But Inter Milan vice-president Javier Zanetti has hinted they may bid for him
- Dybala could form an all-Argentine strikeforce with Lautaro Martinez at San Siro
- Both were on target as Argentina beat Italy 3-0 in the Finalissima at Wembley
Inter Milan vice-president Javier Zanetti has hinted at the prospect of Paulo Dybala partnering Lautaro Martinez in attack at the San Siro club next season.
Argentina forward Dybala is leaving Juventus after his contract ran down and is attracting interest from Arsenal, Manchester United and a host of other European clubs.
With Dybala available on a free transfer, Zanetti suggested there may be an all-Argentine strikeforce at Inter assuming the in-demand Martinez, valued at £60million, doesn’t move away.
Inter Milan could make a move for Paulo Dybala, the Argentine striker who just left Juventus
It raised the prospect of Dybala linking up with Lautaro Martinez (pictured) at the San Siro
Asked about the possibility outside Wembley ahead of Wednesday night’s Finalissima between Italy and Argentina, Zanetti said: ‘Maybe, the transfer market is opening, we have a lot of time.
‘We are a club who must seize opportunities. If that proves to be the case, we’ll evaluate it.’
He added: ‘We must also be realistic, the constraints we’re dealing with are ones you know, but we’re talking about a great player when it comes to Dybala.’
Inter vice-president Javier Zanetti dropped a hint that the club could look to sign Dybala
Both players were on target as Argentina beat Italy 3-0 to win the Finalissima at Wembley
Martinez, 24, has a contract through until 2026 but has been linked with a move away for several transfer windows now. He scored 25 times during the season just finished.
Dybala, 28, bid farewell to Juventus having scored 115 goals in 293 appearances over seven seasons for the club.
Both were on target as Argentina beat Italy 3-0 to win the Finalissima – a meeting of the reigning champions of Europe and South America – at Wembley.
Inter will be looking to overhaul their rivals AC Milan next season having been pipped to the Serie A title by two points.
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