Juventus and Paulo Dybala are in negotiations to extend his contract to June 2025, it’s reported, with the player demanding €10m per season.
According to Tuttosport newspaper, the Argentine is ready to commit to a new deal and the Bianconeri have realised it was an error to put him on the market last summer.
Dybala had been in talks with Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Paris Saint-Germain, but ultimately remained in Turin and won back his place in the team.
La Joya has contributed 11 goals and 11 assists in 28 competitive games for Juventus so far this season.
He arrived from Palermo for €40m in 2015 and his current contract runs to June 2022, having been penned in 2017.
Tuttosport claim Dybala is demanding a salary worth €10m per year net in order to extend with the Old Lady to 2025
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