The representatives of Paulo Dybala are still hoping for an improved contract offer from Inter before they agree a deal to sign on a free transfer.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the hope from the 28-year-old’s agents is that the Nerazzurri’s offer will get closer to their wage demands with increased add-ons.

Inter made their formal offer to Dybala in a meeting with his representatives earlier this week, with the Nerazzurri putting forward a four-year deal worth €5.5 million net per season which can reach upwards of €7 million with the inclusion of significant add-ons.

The Argentine had earned €7.5 million net per season in his previous deal with Juventus, whilst the Bianconeri’s contract offer in the fall had been for €8 million net per season with another €2 million in add-ons.

Accordingly, the hope of Dybala’s representatives is that Inter will make an improved offer to push through a deal, and that with add-ons it will make up at least as much as the player earned at Juventus.