Palermo striker Paulo Dybala has reportedly been identified as Inter’s replacement should Mauro Icardi leave.
It was reported today that the latter has rejected a new contract with the Nerazzurri, leading to speculation he could be sold this summer.
According to SportMediaset, Beneamata Coach Roberto Mancini has already identified Dybala as the man he wants if Icardi is sold.
Mancio said on Friday that he has no doubt the 21-year-old will become a ‘top player’, and Rosanero President Maurizio Zamparini is already resigned to his star man leaving.
The Argentine has an asking price of €40m, but Inter could raise some of that fee by selling Icardi, as well as sending Francesco Bardi in exchange.