Inter have asked Paulo Dybala to wait around ten days while they prepare to start moving to sign him on a free transfer.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri have communicated to the 28-year-old that while they must wait they are still very much interested and that there is trust between the parties.

Inter’s pursuit of Dybala has stalled for the time being, as the incoming arrival of Romelu Lukaku means that there is not any space in the attacking part of the squad to sign the Argentine.

However, the departure of Alexis Sanchez is something that the Nerazzurri are expected to get sorted out very soon, whilst they are also working to facilitate a departure of one of Edin Dzeko and Joaquin Correa.

Inter have made very clear to Dybala and his representatives that while things cannot move forward right away, they are doing what they can and still very much want to sign him.

Based on this, the feeling between the parties is positive, and the player is ready to trust the Nerazzurri to find a way to sign him.