Inter are awaiting the decisive talks with Paulo Dybala regarding a free transfer when the 28-year-old returns to Italy from his vacation in Miami.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that there is no rush from either party, but that the expectation is that a deal will be reached once the Argentine’s holiday is done.

Dybala is currently in Miami where he has been enjoying his vacation following the club season, but he will soon be back in Italy where the immediate priority will be to sort out his future.

Some more talks remain with the Nerazzurri before a total agreement can arrive on the terms of a deal, but the broad agreement has long been there since the club’s formal offer was presented a couple weeks ago.

Inter and Dybala both believe that the move is the best one for all parties involved, and the deal should be wrapped up once the player is back in Italy.