Paulo Dybala going through the worst of his seasons since he arrived at the Juventus of Turin in 2015. In sports, the team led by Andrea Pirlo added another failure in the Champions League, after being eliminated by Porto in the Round of 16, in addition to being 12 points behind the leadership of Serie A (right now the true goal of Juve has returned to secure a place for the Champions). As if that were not enough, the Argentine has become a topic of conversation due to events that occurred off the pitch.
Marked by injuries, coronavirus, indiscipline and overall loss of play, Dybala’s season has been harshly criticized in Italy. The Argentine, whose contract with Juventus expires in 2022, is in negotiations with the ‘Vecchia Signora’ to renew, and according to the site ‘Calciomercato’ Dybala’s demands are so high that, in the face of recent events such as his new indiscipline, Juventus has decided to make him a much lower offer than what ‘La Joya’ and his team of advisers want.
The ‘bianconeri’ club had offered the Argentine 10 million euros more bonuses per season, but the footballer did not want to know of any offer for less than 15 million. After his indiscipline and given the lack of willingness of ‘La Joya’ to negotiate, the ‘Vecchia Singora’ has informed Dybala that if he wants to renew, the offer right now is 7.3 million euros net per season (the same that he currently earns ), less than half of what the Argentine originally intended. The board of directors led by President Andrea Agnelli would not rule out the possibility of selling Dybala this same market, if the renewal with the player does not materialize.