The Romelu Lukaku deal has slowed Inter’s chase for Paulo Dybala but new meetings are scheduled to resurrect the deal, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media today.

As has been reported by Sport Mediaset, via FCInternews, the brakes were quite drastically put on the Paulo Dybaladeal whilst the Nerazzurri put all of their efforts into ensuring Romelu Lukaku returned from Chelsea on loan.

Now that that deal appears to be in the bag, it has slightly cooled Inter’s desire to offer Paulo Dybala exactly what he wants to receive.

There should be a meeting in the next few days between Inter CEO Beppe Marotta and the player’s entourage but it is not a meeting that is going to be decisive for the deal.

AC Milan are doing what they can to hijack the deal although they will need Paulo Dybala to lower his wage demands if he is to join.