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Juventus to meet with Dybala contract renewal demands

Sat 26 June 2021 | 15:42

With his current €7.3m contract to expire next summer, the Argentine has been linked with a move away from the club as he saw his game-time limited for the past few seasons.

However, according to

La Gazzetta dello Sport

, the return of

Massimiliano Allegri

has reassured

Dybala

of an important role in Bianconeri’s project, and the club is eager to keep one of their most important players.

The club’s sporting director,

Cherubini

, doesn’t want to risk losing Dybala on a free transfer next summer, and the outlet reports that the forward will seemingly sign a new €10m as a meeting has been scheduled with the Argentine’s agent.

 

The 27-year-old forward joined Juventus from Palermo in 2015 for a €40m fee and has scored 72 goals in 181 appearances for the Serie A giants.

Paulo Dybala

will be back in action when

Argentina

faces

Bolivia

on Tuesday. La Albiceleste tops Copa America's Group A with 7 points from three games, followed by Paraguay, Chile, and Uruguay respectively in the group's standings.

 


source: La Gazzetta dello Sport