Inter are still looking to sign Paulo Dybala, but they cannot get a deal done for him until they get some outgoing transfer business done with.

This according to SportItalia transfer market expert Alfredo Pedulla, who reported live on air moments ago that the Nerazzurri have been slowed down in the process of signing the 28-year-old but that they’re still trying.

Dybala had looked very close to Inter after the Nerazzurri made their formal offer to his representatives and the parties seemed very close to total agreement on a deal.

However, circumstances have changed, with the Nerazzurri now poised to complete a number of significant signings, not least of which is the arrival of Romelu Lukaku in attack, on loan from Chelsea just one season after he left.

Now, the Nerazzurri must get some sales out of the way before they can begin to consider wrapping up a deal for Dybala, but according to Pedulla this doesn’t mean that they have stopped being interested.

“The timing may be getting longer, but there are also some sales that have to be made,” he said. “Sanchez, Vidal, Pinamonti, maybe Dzeko as well. There’s an intermediary who Inter will have to meet with again. We’ll have to wait calmly regarding the Argentine.”