Paulo Dybala and Inter have got a contract agreement in place and now the two must decide whether to proceed or not, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media this evening.

As has been reported by Sky Sport in Italy, via FCInternews, the Argentine striker has agreed on a contract with Inter and now the two parties must decide whether they will go ahead together or if Inter will look at other targets.

It is most likely that Inter can either push ahead and sign Paulo Dybala this summer, or they can change tack and try to bring Romelu Lukaku back from Chelsea on a loan deal. Signing both is financially very unlikely to happen so a choice must be made.

Paulo Dybala still appears to be the most likely option for financial reasons. They first need to free up space in the wage budget by offloading Alexis Sanchez.