Argentine striker Paulo Dybala is “very happy” that his agents are ready to complete a transfer to Inter.
The 18-year-old talent is wanted by both the Nerazzurri and Milan, but it looks as if Massimo Moratti’s men won the race.
“I know that the directors are flying out to Italy in order to complete the move,” Dybala told the Gazzetta dello Sport.
“I’m very happy. However, I will remain with Instituto until June because I want to secure promotion.”
He currently plays for Instituto in the Argentine second division.
“I have been in touch with my partner, Gonzalo Rebase, who is already in Milan,” agent Omar Peirone told Goal.com.
“We have an appointment with Inter, who have already made a concrete proposal to buy the boy. Recently, Milan have asked us for information and we will listen to the Rossoneri also. However, Inter have a clear advantage.”
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