Paulo Dybala is only thinking about moving to Inter this summer for the time being, though his mind could change if he is not presented with a contract offer in a timely manner.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that for now the 28-year-old is being patient with the Nerazzurri but that he does not want the situation to be put on standby forever.

Inter have long been in advanced talks with Dybala and his representatives, and intend to make a formal contract offer to him once they have made space on their wage bill.

The Argentine is expecting the offer and wants to agree a deal to join on a free transfer, and has so far rejected all other offers as he wants to wear the Inter shirt next season.

However, Dybala does not want to wait too long for the Nerazzurri, and expects them to hurry up and make their offer so that he can have certainty about his future.