Paulo Dybala seemed ready to extend his stay at Juventus, but the Argentinian fell in love with him and now favors a departure elsewhere.
He thus joins Kylian Mbappé and Paul Pogba, who are also at the end of their contract in the summer of 2022, which allows them to negotiate a contract with a new team during this month.
The Argentinian News Agency TyC Sports was one of the first to report that Dybala had decided not to stay at Juventus after the club changed some terms of his new contract, leading to a complete breakdown in negotiations.
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Is Dybala on his way to the Premier League?
The Juventus number 10 has often been linked with a move to the Premier League, with clubs like Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur reportedly interested in signing him.
However, given that Dybala would be able to leave on a free transfer, many more clubs in England and Europe will try to lure the striker into their club.
Any decision by Dybala regarding his next challenge will need to be carefully considered and meet his demands for a role on the team, as well as the contract he is playing under.
One thing is certain: clubs wishing to recruit Dybala will have to act quickly, as a player of his caliber and experience is not regularly available for signing.