Dybala has set his next target and rejects all other applicants

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Last night Italy and Argentina met continental champions at Wembley Stadium and the South Americans prevailed with three unanswered goals.

Despite coming on as a substitute in the final minutes, Paulo Dybala needed just a touch to end his three-year drought in Argentina and inflict even more misery on Italy in the process.

The 28-year-old leaves Juventus after seven years in Turin as management refused to renew his contract.

Although his future is still uncertain, La Joya seems to have a clear idea of ​​his next destination.

Corresponding La Gazzetta dello Sport above TuttoJuveDybala only wants Inter and has rejected approaches from Sevilla, Dortmund and Newcastle United.

The source believes the Nerazzurri will sign a three-to-four-year deal that will see the striker earn €6m a season – a figure that could rise to €8m when bonuses are added.

Say Juve FC

In 2012, Dybala landed in Italy for the first time as a teenager. After three years in Palermo and another seven in Turin, the Italian peninsula has become his adopted home.

Therefore, the Argentine would be willing to sign for the Bianconeri’s arch-rivals to stay within his comfort zone.

Furthermore, with all due respect to the other contenders mentioned above, it seems that the biggest clubs in Europe have not joined the chasing group. Therefore, Inter remains the best option from a professional point of view.

All in all, it’s hard to blame Dybala for joining Giuseppe Meazza.

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