AC Milan could try and use bonuses to reach a financial agreement with Paulo Dybala for a free transfer this summer, a report claims.
As has been reported by Calciomercato today, the idea of Dybala moving to Milan is more than just a suggestion at this stage.
There is a genuine will among the top brass at Milan to make a move for the Argentine, especially given Inter need to offload players before they can make a definitive move for the former Juventus man.
The only person at Milan who is less convinced is Paolo Maldini who, whilst still welcoming the idea, would like to sign players of a younger profile than Dybala.
The player is set to wait for Inter for a few more days but then he will begin entertaining other options.
Milan do not want to get close to the €7 million wage he requires though but they could get closer to it by using bonuses instead of a base wage.