After the verbal skirmishes of the last couple days between Giuseppe Marotta and Fabio Paratici, Inter-Juventus could still happen due to a possible Icardi-Dybala exchange, one that is convenient for both sides.
This is what La Repubblica is saying its today’s edition. It explains that a straight swap would make sense especially on the economic aspects.
The two Argentinians are valued roughly at around €100M and capital gains would be massive for both clubs. The former Inter captain was signed by Sampdoria in 2013 for €13M and has a value currently on the Inter budget of €2.5M. On the other hand, Dybala cost Juventus €40M in 2015 and is worth €16.5M on the Bianconeri financial statement.
“What remains now is to find the right pieces to put together this operation, one that, again is convenient for all.”
Source: La Repubblica