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'I'm told': Fabrizio Romano has just shared fresh Paulo Dybala transfer update

Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Newcastle United and Liverpool are just four of the clubs linked with Paulo Dybala ahead of the summer transfer window.

ESPN recently reported that the Gunners have made contact with the Argentine’s representatives over a potential swoop.

Meanwhile, Corriere dello Sport claimed that Spurs are once again interested in Dybala after nearly landing him in 2019.

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The same outlet claimed in a different report that Eddie Howe’s Magpies have registered an interest in signing the 28-year-old.

And last December, Calciomercato reported that Jurgen Klopp’s Reds were monitoring Dybala.

Arsenal, Tottenham, Newcastle and Liverpool are far from the only teams reportedly eyeing one of this summer’s soon-to-be free transfers, however.

Gazzetta dello Sport reported this week that Dybala had agreed to join Inter Milan after having a discussion with the Nerazzurri hierarchy last week.

The likes of Inter Milan, Paris Saint-Germain, Borussia Dortmund and Atletico Madrid are reportedly eyeing him too (But! Football Club).

“He will 100 percent leave”

Now, Fabrizio Romano, speaking on Rio Ferdinand Presents FIVE, has provided a fresh update on the Dybala situation.

Co-host Stephen Howson asked him about the Inter speculation.

“Yes, we have many rumours in Italy on that one,” replied Romano.

“And his agent yesterday denied these rumours we had in some papers of an agreement completed with Inter.

“But for sure it’s a possibility. Inter are interested in Paulo Dybala, then it depends on players they will sell in the summer.

“Marotta (the Inter director) is the same director who was at Juventus and who signed Paulo Dybala from Palermo.

“So the connection is really strong, he is now available on a free and that’s why Inter are really interested in him.

“But it’s still not yet a done deal. We had rumours about Borussia Dortmund today, but I’m told that is not a possibility.

“Let’s see what happens with some clubs from Spain, maybe from France, but in Italy, Inter are really interested and they’re keeping tabs on Dybala.

“But it’s not yet a done deal so I would keep this situation open. It’ll be one of the big free agents in the coming weeks.

“He’ll need to make a decision because he will 100 percent leave Juventus.”

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