Paulo Dybala ‘could sign a new Juventus deal as early as next week’ after Argentine forward revealed he was in talks, with contract up at the end of the season
- Argentina international Paulo Dybala is close to signing a new deal with Juventus
- Dybala’s current contract with the Italian club is set to expire at the end of June
- Earlier this week Dybala revealed that he was in talks with Juventus over a deal
Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala could sign a new contract with the club next week.
Dybala’s current deal expires at the end of this season and there had been uncertainty regarding whether he would stay.
However, as reported by Tuttosport, the 27-year-old is now close to committing his future to Juventus.
Paulo Dybala is close to signing a new Juventus deal, with his current contract up in 2022
Reports had indicated that there were some disagreements between Dybala and Juventus over bonuses, but those differences are set to be resolved.
Earlier this week the Argentina international revealed that he is in talks over a new deal.
He told Sky Sport Italia: ‘I think there will be a new meeting this week. The directors have changed, so we’ve started from the beginning.
‘We hope to reach a happy conclusion, I hope there will be good news soon.’
There were suggestions that Dybala wanted a deal worth around £10million-a-year, which would see him match the earnings of Juventus’ highest earner Matthijs de Ligt.
Earlier this week Dybala revealed that he was in talks with Juventus regarding a new deal
Dybala reportedly wants a deal worth £10m a year to match the salary of Matthijs de Ligt
So far this season Dybala has scored two goals in three games in all competitions, while he has one assist. Following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United, there is now extra responsibility on Dybala to perform for Juventus.
After starting out at Instituto, Dybala joined Palermo in 2012 before signing for Juventus in 2015.
During his time at Juventus Dybala has won five Serie A titles and four Coppa Italias.