One of the biggest surprises of the summer is that Paulo Dybala is still a free agent.
The attacker left Juventus at the end of last season as they struggled to get him on a new contract.
The Argentinian remains one of the biggest players in the world, and it seemed certain that he will have a long queue of suitors waiting for him.
Inter Milan looked to be in pole position to add him to their squad, but it now seems unlikely.
The Nerazzurri cannot sell some players to make room for him on their team.
This has opened the door for other suitors to join the race and add him to their squad.
Calciomercato reports that AS Roma now seems like his next club as they seek reinforcements in attack.
Jose Mourinho wants to work with the former Palermo man, and they are willing to sell Nicolo Zaniolo to make the move happen.
Juve FC Says
Dybala is too good to be unattached and is clearly a matter of time before he gets a new home.
The attacker will be a good player under Mourinho, and this link means Juve can probably sign Zaniolo if they push to add him to their squad.