Inter have yet to fully agree a deal with Paulo Dybala, and there is still some distance between the parties before they can wrap up the signing of the Argentine on a free transfer.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that despite reports suggesting that a deal is all but done, more must be done before the 28-year-old signs for Inter on a free transfer, whilst Atletico Madrid could still move.

Inter have made significant progress in talks with Dybala’s representatives, with the Argentine keen to join and the parties seemingly not too far away regarding the terms of a deal.

However, according to the Corriere, the Nerazzurri’s offer of €5.5 million net wages plus €1.5 million is still not enough for the player, who would like an offer in line with what Lautaro Martinez and Marcelo Brozovic earn.

Atletico Madrid could still swoop in to try and sign Dybala, although up to this point they have not looked ready to make a significant offer.