Juventus ‘will allow Paulo Dybala to LEAVE if he doesn’t sign a new contract by the end of the season’ with the Argentine striker stalling over his huge £9m offer in showdown talks with the Italian giants
- Juventus will allow Paulo Dybala to leave if he doesn’t sign a contract extension
- The Serie A champions are preparing to offer the Argentinian a new deal
- Attacker Dybala declined a lucrative offer from the Old Lady back in the summer
- It is believed that Juve will offer another £1.9million-per-year to the 27-year-old
Juventus will allow Paulo Dybala to leave the club this summer if he doesn’t sign a new contract extension.
The Serie A champions are preparing to offer the Argentinian an extension on his current contract, worth £6.2million-a-year, thats runs out in June 2022.
Juventus offered Dybala a very lucrative deal back in the summer of 2019, but he declined as his future at the club was cast into doubt.
Juventus will allow Paulo Dybala to leave the club this summer if he doesn’t sign a new deal
The Serie A champions are preparing to offer the Argentinian an extension this month
And Tuttosport have reported that the Old Lady are not willing to get into a haggling back-and-forth with the attacker, and will allow him to leave if he does not sign their final offer.
It is believed that Juve will offer another £1.9million-per-year to the 27-year-old in a deal that would make him the join second highest earner at the club with Matthijs de Ligt.
Unsurprisingly, talisman Cristiano Ronaldo is the highest paid player at the club.
According to the reports in Italy, Dybala and his representatives will meet with Juventus this month to discuss his future and an exit before the end of this season is still not off the cards.
Juventus do not want to haggle and will allow him to leave if he does not sign their final offer
He is in the midst of his fifth season at the Allianz Stadium after his £40million move from Palermo in 2015. Dybala has scored 97 goals for the club in 240 appearances.
Dybala came close to leaving Turin at the start of last season and was heavily linked with a move to Manchester United and Tottenham, but a Premier League switch broke down and he pledged his allegiance to the club.
Juventus are also said to be considering a January move for former Southampton forward Graziano Pelle as they look to bolster their attacking options.
Andrea Pirlo’s team are well off the pace in Serie A this season, ringing in the New Year in a lowly sixth place and some 10 points adrift of unbeaten leaders AC Milan.
They have scored fewer goals than all the teams around them in the table with Cristiano Ronaldo and Alvaro Morata supplying the vast majority of them.
Juventus ‘are considering a move for former Italy striker Graziano Pelle’ this month