Paulo Dybala is set to sign his contract within the next week or so.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri only need to get a few details out of the way regarding wages in the next talks before the 28-year-old signs his contract.

Inter met with Dybala’s agent Jorge Antun yesterday, and while there were some thorny matters to discuss as far as the financial details of the contract, once these were out of the way early things became much more straightforward as far as agreeing a deal.

A full agreement was not reached in yesterday’s meeting, but Antun went in knowing in what to expect from the Nerazzurri’s formal offer and both he and the club knew what they had to do to make each other happy.

Accordingly, there are no real obstacles left in the talks, and they are set to reach a positive conclusion with Dybala signing his contract very soon.