Paulo Dybala has held a positive meeting with Inter Milan regarding a move, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.

The player's entourage and the Italian club held the first round of talks on Wednesday and the gap between the two parties is close.

Meanwhile, the Nerazzurri are also working on a deal for Romelu Lukaku, however, it is likely that only one of the two will actually arrive.

Dybala's positive Inter Milan talks

Dybala looks set to join Simone Inzaghi's side with Inter close to matching his demands.

There remains a gap between the two parties, although, a desire to bridge the gap is there.

In the coming days, they will meet again to find a way to come to an agreement.

Inter's management and Dybala's entourage believe the meeting was "constructive".

Dybala or Lukaku to Inter

As per Di Marzio, Chelsea are now open to sending Lukaku on loan to Inter Milan.

The Blues want a substantial loan fee of €25 million.

Both clubs are now working on trying to find an agreement over a move for the Belgian.

But, the report adds that, as of today, Inter will only sign either Dybala or Lukaku.

The Italian club are accelerating on both fronts and at least one of the two will join.

Although, following Wednesday's positive meeting, Dybala seems to hold the advantage over Lukaku.