Inter are working to find exits for some players in their squad so that they have room in the wage bill to sign Paulo Dybala on a free transfer.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, who report that getting rid of some players’ wages is still the main obstacle to the Nerazzurri getting a move done for the Argentine.

Dybala remains a major target for Inter, and they are communicating with the Argentine’s representatives that all they need to do is find room in the squad for him by facilitating the exits of some players, so long as he waits.

The player is considering his options and hoping that the Nerazzurri can make their offer soon, but in the meantime his agents are also considering other possibilities.

The 28-year-old’s agents are particularly looking at clubs outside of Serie A to see if any are ready to make a concrete move to sign him this summer.