Paulo Dybala and Romelu Lukaku are two high profile targets in attack for Inter, but their approach in talks for each has been quite different.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are serious about trying to sign both players, but note that their strategy appears to be tailored to the players’ respective situations.

On the Dybala front, Inter have been relaxed and have not denied their interest, as they have been negotiating with the Argentine for some time and feel confident that they can get a deal for him wrapped up soon.

Without having to convince any club on a fee for Dybala who is available on a free transfer, the Nerazzurri don’t appear to be too cautious as they know that with the agreement on terms already in place all they will have to do is pay the agents fees and put pen to paper.

Lukaku’s situation contrasts sharply with that of Dybala, however, as the 29-year-old may strongly desire a return to Inter and have already agreed personal terms, but convincing his club Chelsea will be very challenging indeed.

The Nerazzurri have been operating in a much more circumspect way in their pursuit of Lukaku, as they know perfectly well that persuading Chelsea to sanction a deal for the Belgian one year after he made the switch the other way will be a delicate operation.