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Dybala reaches agreement with Juve

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Paulo Dybala is likely destined for a certain black-and-white Italian club rather than a less-relegated and decidedly better-looking black-and-blue one.

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erhaps the allure of joining a club that made the Champions League final this season was too good an offer for Dybala to resist. Regardless, though the deal has not yet been finalized, it seems that Dybala will soon be suiting up for the Bianconeri and we'd all be better off if we stopped dreaming about an Icardi/Dybala strike force at Inter now.

Maybe then it'll hurt less when this exceptional young talent joins our bitter rivals.

Reports from Inside Futbol claim that Juve have agreed to pay an initial fee of €28 million to Palermo and may also pay them up to an additional €8 million depending on Dybala's performance for Juve next season.

Apparently, some contract details for the player have been leaked as well, and Dybala will reportedly make about €2.2 million a year over the next five years with Juve.

This seems like it came down to the fact that Juve simply have more money to spend right now than Inter. I really wish we could've seen how an Icardi/Dybala partnership would have developed over the course of next season, but alas, 'twas not to be.

I guess this means that Stevan Jovetic will be on his way to the San Siro from the Etihad soon. Which, honestly, wouldn't be the worst thing in the world for Inter at this point.