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 toLa Gazzetta dello Sport
, the return of
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,
, 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.
will be back in action when
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.