Dybala’s current deal at Juventus expires at the end of the season and as things stand he will not be signing a new contract in Turin.


With the 28-year-old available on a free transfer, several clubs across Europe have been alerted to the prospect of landing a bargain.



Liverpool and Tottenham are leading the chase from the Premier League, while Dybala has also been linked with a move to Spain where Atletico Madrid and Barcelona are interested.


However, according to Italian daily Tuttosport, staying in Italy and Serie A remains the priority option for the Argentine in the summer.



The forward does not want to move on from Italy and wants to prove Juventus’ decision to not offer him a new deal wrong.


His willingness to continue in Italy gives a clear advantage to Inter, who are pushing to land him.



Inter sporting director Beppe Marotta has a great relationship with the player and his camp and is looking to take him to the San Siro.


However, Inter are also trying to assess the risks of signing a player who has been injury-prone in recent seasons.