Inter Milan who are in the market for a forward, will not be able to get their hands on Juventus star, Paulo Dybala, with Sky Sports as reported by Sempreinter claiming that his name has been taken off the market by manager Maurizio Sarri.
The Nerazzurri, had hoped to include the Argentinian in a swap deal for Mauro Icardi who has been linked with a move to Turin, but that will not happen as Sarri is keen to hold on to Dybala who he believes represents the future of the club.
The two clubs fate in the transfer market is intertwined, especially when it comes to the forward position as Juventus cannot afford to sign anyone till they get a buyer for out of favour striker, Gonzalo Higuain.
Inter meanwhile were banking on spending the money they would receive on selling Icardi on Manchester United star, Romleu Lukaku, who has been identified as their number one target by new boss, Antonio Conte.
However, it has also been reported that Inter will push for Lukaku even if they are unable to layoff Icardi while another name mooted has been AS Roma’s Edin Dzeko. The Italian side are set to begin pre-season in Switzerland next week, where Matteo Politano will be the only first-team forward available, given Icardi has already been discarded.