Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin has said that there is an agreement between Paulo Dybala and Inter CEO Beppe Marotta and the deal has not collapsed, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media.

Speaking whilst on the Calciomercato Twitch channel, via FCInter1908, Fabrizio Biasin reassured Inter fans that the deal for Paulo Dybala to join the club on a free transfer has not collapsed, there are just a few factors causing delays to negotiations.

“Inter don’t have all this anxiety and neither does Dybala. This is because there is a sort of pact between him and Marotta, but the Nerazzurri have to make room in attack: until Sanchez and one between Correa and Dzeko.

“And then we must hope that Antun does not pull too hard and that he lowers his demands. But at the moment there is no tense air. At the moment it is a media thing to say that this or that club has overtaken Inter.

“We just have to wait a bit. In spite of what many say, nothing has collapsed. It is the waiting phase.”

Another transfer story surrounding Inter is the future of Stefano Sensi who could be heading to Monza on a loan deal.

“Sensi has enormous unexpressed potential. He showed it at the beginning of his adventure at Inter, but then many injuries occurred. For those who have to invest in him there are too many unknowns. It is difficult to sell it now.”

Milan Skriniar is a player who could also be on his way out of the club but there is a €10 million difference between Inter and PSG in negotiations.

“PSG’s offer is stuck at €60 million, Inter are not thinking under €70 million. If PSG reaches 70, even with bonuses, there is a risk. The hope is that it will turn to someone else. Otherwise , the road is marked.”

Denzel Dumfries was also heavily linked with a move recently but the club appear to have shut that down as Simone Inzaghi views him as fundamental.

“I think Dumfries is very important for Inzaghi, given that the winger is fundamental for him. Perisic has already left, on the right is Bellanova who is a prospective footballer, but he is a boy. Inter keeps it, but if an offer of 40 million comes in … “.