Inter are waiting to seal the departure of Alexis Sanchez before they can move for Paulo Dybala on a free transfer.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, who reports that offloading the Chilean is essential to sign Dybala, but that they could move for him before any other forward leaves the club.

Inter are currently trying to negotiate an exit for Sanchez, although the 33-year-old’s future could need to be sorted out before he decides to cooperate in negotiations with his club.

Sanchez has not been overly keen on offers from the likes of Sevilla and Villarreal, and is still hoping that a move to Barcelona can materialize for next season.

The Nerazzurri have made clear to Dybala that they are trying to get Sanchez’s departure sorted out and that this will be the point when they can move for him, potentially even if neither Edin Dzeko not Joaquin Correa have departed.