Inter vice-president Javier Zanetti has expressed his admiration for Paulo Dibala as the Nerazzurri continue to negotiate with the striker.
Dybala will leave Juventus when his contract expires at the end of June, ending his seven-year stint with Bianconeri, with Inter strikers leading the way.
A number of Premier League clubs, including Manchester United and Tottenham, are reportedly interested in the Argentine.
According to reports in Italy, Dibala has already reached an agreement with Simon Inzagi’s team to buy Juventus star Turin from rival Inter, which has almost missed out on Scudeto’s success in neighboring Milan.
The 28-year-old Argentine joins or replaces team-mate Lautaro Martinez Chelsea are reportedly interested in signing the Inter striker.
Nerazuri’s Great Zanzibar has not yet confirmed the deal, but says talks will continue while praising Dibala.
“We are in talks,” La Gazzetta dello Sport quoted D-Sport Radio as saying.
I admire Paul and wish him well.
“Dibaba is a very good player and he definitely represents us [Argentina] At the World Cup.
“Inter have always had a lot of South Americans in their group, especially Argentines. We now have Lautaro Martinez and Joaquin Korea. The club has confidence in the Argentines.