Former Inter Milan striker Diego Milito says he’s confident Paulo Dybala can restart his career with the club if he eventually makes a move.
Off contract this week from Juventus, Dybala is in talks with Inter.
However, Milito in a chat with TribalFootball said, “Let’s see what will happen with Dybala, everyone could use him. If there is a chance, then he must be seized. He would be an asset in a team that is already complete.
“Dybala would be in the right club to reset and restart. And he wouldn’t change leagues, he knows Serie A well, he wouldn’t struggle. Team and fans would welcome him well, the desire for revenge would make the difference.”
On Lautaro Martinez, Milito also said: “Everyone knows how much I have a soft spot for him, but he’s young and can still grow. He has no limits. With the arrival of new champions, then, his talent will add to the others.”
The 43-year-old striker is well-versed in success with the Nerazzurri after scoring 30 goals in the club’s historic treble win in 2009/10.
Inter looked to be a dominant force in Italian football when they won Serie A two years ago, but were pipped last season by local rivals AC Milan.