Inter are close to agreeing terms with Paulo Dybala on a free transfer for this summer, but they are not rushing the final agreement.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri only have to work out the question of add-ons and fixed amount in the wages for the 28-year-old and should complete the deal next month.

Inter have put forward an offer for a three-year deal with the option of a fourth season which would see Dybala earn a net of €7 million when add-ons are included, while the Argentine is hoping for €7 million net before add-ons.

The discrepancy should not be difficult to overcome and the parties should be able to reach an agreement next month.

For now, the player’s focus is on the Argentine international where he is preparing for Wednesday’s friendly match against England, while the Nerazzurri are not rushing on another round of talks.