Paulo Dybala is close to knowing where he will play next season, and the Argentine forward looks set to switch to Inter Juventus.
His contract expires on June 30 and he will not stay on Juve. He will travel by free transfer but stay in Italy.
According to La Gazzetta Dello Sport, the striker has already decided on his future and will sign a four-year contract with Inter.
There, you will earn about six million euros per season and communication between the two parties has already taken place, with talks held last week.
Inter are not the only club to have expressed interest in the player, with Dybala being closely followed by a number of clubs who have inquired about his status, including Manchester United, Tottenham, and Atletico Madrid.
The player has scored 114 goals and given 48 assists in 289 games to Juventus.
He has won the Scudetto five times, the Coppa Italia four times, and the Supercoppa Italiana three times.