Juventus and Inter are after new strikers, two Premier League players are Alegri's sight

Paulo Dybala 2018 Champions League
Paulo Dybala 2018 Champions League

Live update: Dybala is attracting much attention from the Nerazzurri as Juventus are looking for solutions in their front part of the pitch.

Eyal Dorfman
Eyal Dorfman

published 17:03, 01 January 2022

Paulo Dybala is keen to leave the Bianconeri, Inzaghi needs depth

The 28 years old Argentinian star contract will expire at the end of the 2022 season and after the negotiations with Juventus has led to a dead-end, Inter Milan are looking to sign him on a free transfer.

the Nerazzurri are leading the Serie A and are the clear favorites to win it, are already looking towards next year’s Champions League’s group stage.

With the number of games to be played, it is clear that Inzaghi will need that extra depth added to his squad.
Dybala can play as a center-forward or as an attacking midfielder.

Inter’s formation includes two 16 yard strikers (Dzeko and Martinez) and Dyba will be an excellent addition that will give more firepower and creativity in the front part of the pitch.

Another club that is eyeballing towards the talented forward is Barca FC, that due to their financial issues will be happy to sign Dybala on a free transfer this summer.

Alegri wants Origi and Martial

Following the possible leaving of Paulo Dybala, Allegri is looking to sign two new players from the Premier League.
Anthony Martial from Manchester United who already expressed that he wants to leave the club in January and Divock Origi from Liverpool who is not getting too much playtime at Klopp’s team.

Anthony Martial has more than two years left in his contract and according to Transfer Market, he’s evaluated worth is 32 million Euros. The Red Devils will probably release him for that number.

Divock Origi’s contract will expire at the end of this season and will be a free player.
Liverpool are already looking to add another striker to their squad so it is highly unlikely that the Belgium international will get the opportunity to stay with the Reds.

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