Inter are not worried about pressure from AS Roma when it comes to securing the signing of Juventus forward Paulo Dybala, according to a report in the Italian media today.

As has been reported by Corriere della Sera today, the Argentine forward is in no hurry to force a move to a new club and he is prepared to give Inter the time that they need to free up space in the wage budget for him.

A contract that last for four years and has a salary of €6 million net has been drawn up for Paulo Dybala but not officially offered to him yet.

The other team that has appeared to be the most in the running in recent weeks is AS Roma but Inter are reportedly not concerned that the Giallorossi can derail the transfer now.

The player made a promise to Beppe Marotta and as far as Inter are concerned that is enough for now.