Inter could meet with the representatives of Paulo Dybala about a free transfer as early as Thursday.

This according to Italian news outlet La Repubblica, who report that the Nerazzurri are considering a round of talks to try and make progress on a deal for the 28-year-old this week.

Inter are in pole position to sign Dybala, with a move to Roma unlikely, but they will have to make the decision to try and move forward with a move in order to get a deal done.

More talks will be needed in order to agree a deal with the Argentine and his representatives, but the Nerazzurri may not let much more time pass.

Thursday could already see Inter and Dybala’s representatives meet to try and iron out a deal that would see the 28-year-old join on a free transfer from Juventus, although it could also just be an early meeting.