It looks like Internazionale and Juventus could put their differences aside and work together for the greater good, as Antonio Conte has proposed a deal that could take huge trouble off their shoulders.
Conte was recently appointed as Inter's new boss, and, according to reports, he has no interest whatsoever in giving Mauro Icardi a chance following his long history with controversies and antics backed by Wanda Nara, his wife an agent.
So, he's reportedly inquired his old team Juventus about the availability of Paulo Dybala, who has struggled mightily ever since the start of the season and has been rumored to be wanting a move out of Turin for quite some time now.
Dybala wasn't able to establish himself for Massimiliano Allegri's team and Cristiano Ronaldo's presence did little to help his struggles, but the team is still reluctant to allow him to leave in the summer, as reported by Goal.
However, the fact that Juventus was interested in signing Icardi in the past can't go ignored, and with the team bound to try and make a run in the UEFA Champions League next season, they're likely to be quite aggressive in this upcoming transfer window.
The Old Lady is yet to choose a replacement for Massilimiano Allegri, with Chelsea's Maurizio Sarri as the most likely candidate to take the reins for the Italian Champions.
As for Inter, Conte already knows how to make the most of a guy like Dybala, and with them clinching a UCL berth for next season, the team will spare no expenses in strengthening their ranks.
Is the Nerazzurri strike out on Dybala, they're expected to try and make a run at Manchester United's Romelu Lukaku, who's reportedly looking forward to a move out of Old Trafford after losing ground to Marcus Rashford towards the end of the season.