The deal for Paulo Dybala to join Inter on a free transfer is on standby right now but Inter are not concerned by the interest in him from other clubs, according to a report in the Italian print media today.

As has been reported by Corriere della Sera today, the player is now waiting for Inter to sell or release other players so that he can be added to the wage bill.

An agreement for personal terms has been in place for some time, they just need to reach an agreement on the agent fee that Jorge Antun will receive for the deal.

Whilst the player is on holiday, there is nothing stopping him from responding to offers from other clubs apart from his desire to play for Inter next season.

Atletico Madrid in Spain are still interested in signing him, as are Premier League duo Newcastle United and Arsenal. Inter are not worried.