Italy Renewal at a standstill
Paulo Dybala’s contract at Juventus ends in 2022
Nor is it the best season in the career of Paulo Dybala. Marked by injuries and his time off the courts, in addition to the coronavirus and even sanctions for meetings in full curfew, the Argentine also talks to Juventus about its renewal, which reached a point where the club got tired of the situation.
According to details of Transfer market, the talks between Juventus and Paulo Dybala are at a standstill. The Argentine footballer ends his contract in 2022 and the Italian club is determined to put him on the market in the next transfer market since the attempt to renew the contractual relationship did not come to fruition.
In Italy they assured that Juventus offered Dybala a figure close to 10 million euros to renew his contract, however, the media in that country explained that the obstacle was generated because the Argentine wanted to reach 15 million per season.
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Juventus got tired of the situation and assured Dybala and his entourage that the offer of 10 million euros plus some net bonuses included had expired. The Italian club told him that if he wants to renew his bond now the offer is 7.3 million euros net per season, the same figure as the contract that expires on June 30, 2022, in what seems to be more a warning of the fatigue of the board that has already been talking for several months.
If the meetings are not positive again, the directive of the Italian club will seek a way out of Dybala with the highest economic benefit possible unless the soccer player’s environment begins to find a way out of the salary discussion that both parties have. The Argentine from the Córdoba Institute arrived at Juventus in May 2015 after an agreement with Palermo for 32 million euros plus 8 in different variables that were fulfilled.
In this season, Paulo Dybala only played 16 games, converting three goals and delivering two assists. His long absence comes at a difficult time for Juventus, which does not have a good campaign under the command of Andrea Pirlo, who does not have a good performance in the Italian Serie A and that it was quickly out of the Champions League.
Since his arrival at Juventus in 2015, Paulo Dybala wore the Turin team jersey 244 times, scored 98 goals and delivered 40 assists.