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The Greek side gave a presentation at the finance ministers' meeting on Tuesday. However, there was no new written plan.
Mr Dijsselbloem said the new Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos would "first of all now send us, quite quickly, a new letter requesting for European Stability Mechanism (ESM) support and following that he will present proposals from the Greek side on what the substance would look like on which we could reach an agreement".
The ESM fund was set up in 2012 to help eurozone members in financial difficulties.
However, Mr Dijsselbloem said any new ESM aid programme would only come after the eurozone had made its decisions on the state of the financial situation in Greece.
The lack of a new written plan was criticised by some in the eurozone.
Spanish Economy Minister Luis de Guindos told a Spanish reporter: "There was no proposal. We only talked about general things. And we don't have time to waste."
Reflecting the level of difficulty at the meeting, another eurozone official said: "If they really plan to present something formal tomorrow, they may not find anyone to read it."
View from Germany:, sabi-talk blog
A picture of Angela Merkel wearing an old Prussian military helmet dominates the front cover of Bild. "Today," the headline reads "we need the Iron Chancellor!" referring to Otto von Bismarck, who first held the post.
For weeks the tabloid has been leading the charge against Greece. Like many here, it has had enough. "No more billions for Greece," it urged on Tuesday.
The chancellor is under huge domestic pressure not to cave in to Greek demands for debt relief. Her deputy, Sigmar Gabriel, has said that to do so would destroy the eurozone.
And on Tuesday the CSU (her party's Bavarian ally) went further: general secretary Andreas Scheuer wants Berlin to reject further negotiations, let alone a third bailout package. The Bavarian finance minister, Markus Soeder, has said he simply wants Greece out of the eurozone.
And these are the MPs who will have to vote before negotiations over any proposed new deal can even start. Mrs Merkel says she wants to keep the eurozone together; she's got a battle on her hands at home first.