GdS – Dybala, new Inter offer: Bonus linked to attendance and exit clause

The Nerazzurri don’t let go of the Argentine striker but the terms of the offer change: the details

Inter haven’t forgotten Paulo Dybala. Far from it. Nerazzurri management’s focus has simply shifted to Romelu Lukaku given the constraints of the growth decree that would allow savings in salaries to be paid to the Belgian. But interest in the Argentine forward has never waned and second Gazzetta dello Sport, a new summit between the parties is imminent. There is one proposal on the table, the third, with important variables.

Inter’s offer for Dybala, the third in chronological order, is still there. But with different outlines than those originally circulated. Because it is true that Marotta has come to offer Joya a salary share of 6 million euros. But a million of those 6 in reality Inter want to link it to the actual presence of the player to protect themselves from a not very reassuring history in terms of injuries. […] The Inter offer comes with a base fee of 5 million and an additional million if Paulo plays at least 50% of his club’s games of the season. To this number should be added other bonuses linked to other personal goals and team wins. Speech regarding participation was flatly denied by Antun, who announced that he was not interested“.

But the dialogue between the parties never stopped. So much so that another contractual aspect could also be discussed. Inter and the Dybala clan have considered the possibility, which none of the players ruled out, to include an immediately activatable termination clause in the contract after the first of the four years of the contract. The figure? Not established, but it would be a relatively low number, not a monstrous quote. A way of both protecting the club who, in the event of a contract termination after a year, would still realize a significant capital gain in the face of a player going to zero. It is also a protection for the player“.

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