Inter would be keen to sign both Paulo Dybala and Romelu Lukaku this summer, but would need for Edin Dzeko to leave the club in order for this to happen.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that moves for both Dybala and Lukaku would not be possible without the departure of Dzeko from the Nerazzurri’s wage bill.

The possibility of bringing Lukaku back from Chelsea has come to look like an increasingly tangible one for the Nerazzurri as the Belgian continues to persistently press his current club to sanction the move.

Meanwhile, Dybala remains one of the priority targets for the window on a free transfer and the Nerazzurri are as well-positioned as ever to get a deal done for the Argentine.

However, working on both of these deals would only be possible in the event that Dzeko leaves the club, with the 36-year-old set to earn a net of €5.5 million on the second season of the two-year deal that he signed last summer.