AS Roma And Paulo Dybala Reach Full Agreement Over Transfer

 Sources in Italy can confirm that Paulo Dybala has decided to sign with Roma this summer after Inter was unable to raise the necessary finances to pursue his signing.

The 28-year-old left Juventus earlier this summer after failing to reach a contract extension agreement. Inter was expected to win the race, but he was linked with a number of other teams across the continent.

According to reports, Inter attempted to have 33-year-old Alexis Sanchez's contract terminated; however, the former Manchester United forward rejected their offer. Sanchez is one of Serie A's highest-paid players but has scored just 20 goals in 108 games for the Nerazzurri.

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Inter were obliged to drop out of the running for Dybala's services since Sanchez's wages were still owed, and Jose Mourinho's Roma moved quickly to take the lead.

Rival Napoli was also interested, but Roma will sign the Argentinean player.

Since Dybala always preferred to stay in Serie A and had no real desire in moving to England, potential suitors like Manchester United soon crossed him off their list of goals for this summer.

Dybala will have the opportunity to score 100 goals in the Italian league if he joins Roma. He presently has 98 points out of 271 total appearances from his career with Juventus and Palermo.

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