Inter have a deadline of around one week to get the signing of Paulo Dybala wrapped up before it becomes much less clear if they will be able to sign him.

This according to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, who report that the Nerazzurri will try to offload Alexis Sanchez by that point and find an agreement on agent commissions, and after that point he could look elsewhere.

Inter are still very much hoping to sign Dybala, but the first step will be reaching an agreement with Sanchez on a departure, and they are currently working with his agent Fernando Felicevich to try and work out an arrangement on a severance payment.

Meanwhile, one of Joaquin Correa or Edin Dzeko could also have to depart in order to make room for Dybala in the squad and the wage bill, and the club will see if anything materializes on these fronts.

Lastly, the Nerazzurri have been clear that they do not want to pay out excessive agent commissions to the 28-year-old’s agent Jorge Antun, and this will have to be worked out.

Inter CEO Beppe Marotta is hoping to get these matters sorted out within a week so that the club can get back on track to sign Dybala, and after this point it will not be clear that he will be brought in this summer.