Inter will sign either Paulo Dybala or Romelu Lukaku this summer, but signing both of them would be difficult.

This according to Sky Sport Italia transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marzio, who reported live on air that the Nerazzurri would see the two high profile forward signings as alternatives to each other than concurrent.

Inter have been in contact with Dybala’s representatives regularly via phone, and will meet face-to-face this week to try and iron out the final details of a contract.

Meanwhile, Lukaku is speaking directly with his club Chelsea to try and push for an exit, as the Belgian is still very much hoping to return to Inter this summer and is trying to convince the Premier League club to find an agreement with the Nerazzurri on an improbable return.

However, given that offloading either Joaquin Correa or Edin Dzeko this summer will likely prove to be difficult for the Nerazzurri, it will be very difficult to fit both Dybala and Lukaku into their attack.

As such, they will certainly sign one of the pair, but unless circumstances change signing both would be very unlikely.