According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the tension between Paulo Dybala and Juventus is rising, with the striker considering leaving Turin as a free agent in 2022.
Dybala will see his contract expire in June 2022, and the paper reports the two parties have yet not reached an agreement over a new deal.
La Gazzetta confirms Juventus’ offered a new €10m-a-year deal last summer, but the proposal was rejected and is not valid anymore.
The club have withdrawn their contract extension offer after the Argentinean attended a party organised by Weston McKennie last week, breaking COVID rules.
Dybala was also fined and suspended by the club along with McKennie and Arthur who attended the party with him.
Now, the striker’s agent is in Argentina, waiting for a new offer from the Old Lady, but the tension between the club and the player is rising.
Dybala could leave Juventus as a free agent when his contract expires in 2022 if Juventus fail to put a new contract extension offer on the table.
The 27-year-old scored the winner for the Bianconeri in a crucial home Serie A game against Napoli earlier this week, but somehow it was not enough to fix his relationship with the club’s executives.