Paulo Dybala is still convinced that he wants to join Inter this summer but he needs Nerazzurri CEO Beppe Marotta to accelerate the deal, according to a report in the Italian media today.

As has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport today, the Argentine forward is now in something of a hurry to get his move finalised because he wants to have a full pre-season of preparation ahead of what could be the most important campaign of his career.

The Romelu Lukaku transfer has taken precedence over his because of the growth decree but Paulo Dybala has been pestering Inter vice president Javier Zanetti to get the move sorted out.

He wants Beppe Marotta to smooth over the difference that have arisen between the club and the agent, Jorge Antun. There is a disagreement over the agent’s fees.

Inter are still in charge of the deal but they may need to act fast.