May 11, 2015 – Meanwhile are waiting days for the verdict on Dybala. As now it seems a done deal, since the last summit on Thursday, Marotta has come up with Zamparini, president of Palermo, on an agreement designed to the last detail.
Juventus offers 32 million euro (three-year payment) and grants 4 million bonus. Now it’s up to the player to sign the agreement.
Both Inter and above all Milan, in the last few days have tried everything to distract him. Thursday is expected in Italy Pierpaolo Triulzi, his agent. And everything leads us to believe that Juve see him in a hurry to avoid the danger of an auction.
In recent weeks, the Italian champions have suggested a five-year deal, 2.5 million net per year. Let’s see if it’s enough.