Inter have improved their contract offer to Paulo Dybala for a free transfer this summer to a four-year deal worth €6 million net per season plus €1 million in add-ons.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, who report that the Nerazzurri have improved their offer to the 28-year-old and are close to getting a deal over the lines.

Talks between Inter and Dybala have been accelerating significantly over the past couple of weeks since the Nerazzurri made their formal contract offer, and it has been clear that the parties are not far off from an agreement.

However, the Argentine and his representatives did not accept the initial contract offer immediately, and have expected that the Nerazzurri would come up a little bit closer to their demands to get a deal done.

Inter have improved their offer to €6 million net per season plus an additional €1 million in add-ons, and this should be enough to see a contract agreed.