Inter and Paulo Dybala could finalize the terms as early as this weekend of the Argentine’s contract once the structure of the deal is worked out involving all add-ons.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that there is still some work to be done before the 28-year-old has a complete agreement on wages, but that this will come with add-ons.

Yesterday’s meeting between Inter and Dybala’s agent Jorge Antun went very positively, but a final agreement on personal terms was not reached by the end of it.

The Nerazzurri are not offering the Argentine a deal of the same scale as former club Juventus had put forward last fall, and the player is fine with this, but he and his representatives would still like for them to go a little higher.

Apart from agreeing a base amount in wages, the remaining talks will be on how high the offer can go when all add-ons are included, and on how easy it will be fore the player to trigger the add-ons.