Inter are not in any hurry to get a deal done to sign Paulo Dybala, and have just been prioritizing moving forward in talks to sign Romelu Lukaku on loan due to the need to get it done this month.

This according to SportItalia transfer market expert Alfredo Pedulla, who reported live on air moments ago this evening that the Nerazzurri are still getting ready to sign Dybala on a free transfer, but that they will move in due time.

Dybala has long looked close to the Nerazzurri, whilst the improbable return of Lukaku on loan from Chelsea has gone from a pipe dream to being on the verge of happening very quickly, in the space of a couple weeks.

The Nerazzurri will wrap up the signing of Lukaku very quickly, before the end of June, so that they can apply the tax benefits of the Growth Decree on his gross wages, and then they will get ready to try and sign Dybala.

“Lukaku was a situation that had to be done by June 30,” Pedulla explained. “Dybala is an opportunity that Inter will seize calmly, knowing that one player will have to leave.”

He continued that “Lautaro wants to stay and Inter want to keep him. The rumours linking Dzeko to Valencia are cold, but a negotiation may develop with Juventus, who are looking for a deputy to Vlahovic.”

“It would be a background profile if Inter were to put him for sale,” he went on.

“As far as Dybala, Inter will have to communicate with him quickly, but I’m sticking to what we’ve been saying,” Pedulla said. “I don’t see any clubs hot on his trail. It’s calm for Inter, there’s not any rush.”