Inter will not need to let go of Lautaro Martinez in order to move for Paulo Dybala on a free transfer this summer.

This according to Italian journalist Andrea Paventi, who reported on Sky Sport Italia that the Nerazzurri can sign the Juventus forward provided one of Alexis Sanchez or Arturo Vidal depart and make space on the wage bill.

Dybala is set to leave the Bianconeri when his contract expires at the end of June, and Inter are one of the clubs most keen on his signature.

Despite being available without a transfer fee, the Argentine would still be a significant investment in wages for the Nerazzurri, and it remains to be seen whether they would be ready to commit such a significant part of their wage bill to bring him in.

According to Paventi, the main condition that would need to be met for Inter to sign Dybala would be for one of their two highest earners in the form of Sanchez or Vidal to leave the club.

“If one of Vidal and Sanchez were to leave then there would be money to think about signing Dybala,” he said. “Even though Inter are also interested in a player who’s six years younger in the form of Scamacca.”

He added that “Signing both of them would mean having to see big outgoing transfers, but I don’t think Lautaro would be the player sacrificed even though he would bring in the highest fee, I don’t think this is a consideration for Inter.”