There are a few details left to be sorted out between Inter and Paulo Dybala, but not many before the Argentine puts pen to paper and becomes an Inter player.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri have yet to agree all the financial details and agent fees but that once they do so a deal will be done.

The talks for Dybala have entered their final stages, and the player’s desire to join Inter is firm, while the broad agreement on the duration of the contract for him as well as wages is there.

A bit more effort will be needed in talks will be necessary to iron out the few remaining details in the 28-year-old’s wages, whilst the agent fees for his representative Jorge Antun have not yet been agreed upon, but once these are done he’ll be a Nerazzurri player.