Inter are preparing their final offer for Paulo Dybala as the pair edge closer to an agreement for a free transfer, according to a report in the Italian media today.

As has been reported by Tuttosport, Inter are going to propose a four-year contract to the Argentine with a base salary of €5.5-6 million per season.

There would then be bonuses in the contract that if triggered will result in an extra €3 million for the player. This is Inter’s way of affording the deal and spreading the cost slightly.

Paulo Dybala is happy to join Inter as he will be able to play in the Champions League again and he is also likely to be in the fight for the Scudetto next season given Inter were pipped by AC Milan on the final day.

There will be a meeting on Thursday between the player’s representatives and the club to try and iron out the final details of the deal.