Paulo Dybala would only consider joining Roma or AC Milan instead of Inter if the Nerazzurri do not wrap up a deal for him by mid-July.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, who report that the Argentine continues to wait for the Nerazzurri, and is not currently thinking seriously about joining a different club on a free transfer.

Inter’s talks to sign Dybala are currently on standby, as they have long had a broad agreement with the 28-year-old and his representatives but must make space in their squad to accommodate his arrival, especially now that they are signing Romelu Lukaku on loan from Chelsea.

The Argentine has other suitors, with both Roma and Milan particularly keen among Italian clubs on bringing him in on a free transfer from Juventus.

The Giallorossi have already had an offer rejected, whilst the Rossoneri are reluctant to bring Dybala in given his wages which would be higher than dictated by their wage structure, but still harbour an interest.

At any rate, the Argentine’s preference is still to join Inter, but he could grow impatient and consider other options if things drag out well into next month.