Lautaro Martínez and Joaquín Correa’s Inter will face Paulo Dybala’s Juventus in the Italian Cup final this Wednesday, starting at 4:00 p.m. (Argentine time) at the Rome Olympics and with ESPN television.
On one side, Martinez from Bahia and Correa from Tucuman and on the other, Dybala from Cordoba, who will seek to say goodbye with joy to the Vecchia Signora after seven years at the club.
Inter, reigning champion of Serie A and two points behind Milan two dates from the end, will seek their eighth Coppa Italia trophy, one they have not lifted since 2011. Juventus, meanwhile, are the defending champions and the maximum winner of the tournament with 14 conquests.
For the Turin team, the Italian Cup will once again be a consolation to decorate the season after once again being out of contention for the league and a new disappointment in the European Champions League after losing in the round of 16 to Villarreal.
For Dybala, who after June 30 will be a free player, it will be the opportunity to say goodbye to Juventus with a new title after seven years at the club where he came to own the iconic number 10 shirt and in many games be captain.
The Cordovan from Laguna Larga also leaves five league titles, four Italian Cups and three Italian Super Cups in the showcase. In addition, the former Institute scored 115 goals, equaling Roberto Baggio’s mark and is one of the ten top scorers in Juventus history.
In Italy they assure that Dybala could continue his career at Inter and that adds an extra seasoning to the game.
Martínez from Bahia, who has scored 22 goals and has already recorded his best season in Europe, will go for his third Neroazzurro title after the 2021 Serie A and the Italian Super Cup. For Correa, meanwhile, it would be his second medal after winning the Super Cup precisely against Juventus in January of this year.