Football Italia can exclusively reveal that Juventus are refusing to raise their contract offer to Paulo Dybala, making it likely he’ll leave this summer.
The Argentina international’s current deal only runs to June 2022, so a sale would be necessary to avoid him leaving as a free agent.
Our sources tell us that the salary proposed last summer worth €10m per season including performance-related bonuses remains the only one on the table.
Dybala and his agent already rejected it at the start of the season, but Juve are calling this a take it or leave it offer.
We have also learned that Dybala’s agent has not been in contact with the club recently, as Juventus believe they have made their position clear.
This comes after vice-president Pavel Nedved told DAZN today that Dybala’s future was by no means secure.
“He has one year left in his contract and I have nothing to add to what Paratici and Agnelli already said. Juventus will evaluate every opportunity in the market.”
Dybala has barely played this season due to various injury problems, but is hoping to be back on the field after the break for international duty.