Paulo Dybala is close to join Juventus and Gazzetta dello sport reports how the Bianconeri beat the competition from Inter and Milan:
“Exactly a week ago Marotta gained the advantage for Dybala in his meeting with Zamparini. In that decisive meeting, Marotta and Zamparini agreed the ammount of money and how they will be payed to Palermo. 32 million euro’s that will be payed in three years and four million euro’s in bonuses, with another 4 million euro’s if Dybala is to be sold during the coming two seasons.
Juventus had to higher their offer after Erick Thohir offered 28 million euro’s whilst Silvio Berlusconi was going to offer 36 million euro’s. Juventus beat the competition counting on the personal agreement with the player as well, between today and tomorrow Marotta and Paratici are expecting the confermation fo the deal. They have a meeting planned with Dybala’s agent and the Juve directors have offered a five year contract worth 2,5 million euro’s that both parties seem to have agreed. The only thing that could disturb Juve’s plans seem to be if the foreign clubs are ready to make offers but from Juve’s side there’s optimism.”