Inter are still in regular contact with Paulo Dybala about a possible arrival on a free transfer this summer, but have made clear to the Argentine that a deal cannot be done until two forwards leave the club.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the current need to trim the attacking positions as well as to find an agreement with the Argentine’s agent are the major obstacles to a deal.

Inter have been close to an agreement with Dybala for some time, but their priority has shifted to getting a deal done for Romelu Lukaku on loan from Chelsea, and with that now all but done they’re reconsidering their plans.

The club have continued their contacts with the Argentine, and as every it is their intention to sign him, but with Lukaku’s arrival they cannot get a deal done without first selling one more forward in addition to Alexis Sanchez.