Paulo Dybala does not want Newcastle and Arsenal to move to either club.
Dybala’s contract expired this summer, and Juventus will allow Dybala to leave the club.
to me FC Inter NewsDybala is aware of the interest from Arsenal and Newcastle, but is not interested in either movement. Inter Milan is believed to be a serious contender for the Argentine striker’s signature.
No reason was given for Dybala to justify refusing both clubs, but with Inter Milan a target for him, staying in Italy might be his preferred option.
Dybala has lived in Italy for nearly ten years now, so he may be comfortable in the country he’s been in since he was 18 years old.
A move to Inter Milan makes sense, as they still have to replace Romelu Lukaku. The likes of Alexis Sanchez and Edin Dzeko are key players alongside Lautaro Martinez, but both forwards are nearing the end of their football careers.
Dzeko has scored 13 league goals this season, but he recently turned 36, so he is unlikely to stay long at the top of his game.