Advertise on Shadowville
You must be logged in to post
Search Forums:


Dybala Opportunity to Reject Contract Extension from Juventus


11:49 am
January 13, 2022



Posts: 71


Paulo Dybala is reportedly likely to refuse a contract extension from Juventus. It is said that Dybala will do this if his salary is cut by the Old Lady.
Dybala’s contract with Juventus remains until the end of this season, precisely in June 2022. Dybala’s party with the Old Lady has reportedly negotiated a new contract.

An agreement between the two parties regarding a new contract has reportedly been reached. Dybala will extend his contract until 2026 with a salary of 10 million per year.

However, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, it was said that Juventus had changed their minds earlier this week. The Bianconeri are ready to withdraw the above offer and replace it with a new proposal.

Juventus will offer a new contract extension with Dybala’s salary will remain at 7.3 million euros per year. Juventus could even lower Dybala’s salary in their latest contract offer.

This was done because Juventus was trying to make savings due to the financial crisis that had hit them. This change in Juventus’ attitude is also inseparable from Dybala’s fitness factor.

Dybala is still often hit by injuries that make him often absent for Juventus. The Argentine striker has missed six of Juventus’ Serie A matches this season due to injury.

This situation makes Dybala reportedly ready to refuse a new contract offer from Juventus. The 28-year-old striker is ready to open bids for other clubs.

Dybala will go for free to another club if he refuses a contract extension from Juventus. If this happens Dybala will end his service for six seasons at Juventus.

Dybala joined the Turin club from Palermo in the summer of 2015 for a transfer fee of 41 million euros. He then transformed into a mainstay of Juventus on the front lines.

Dybala’s role is still quite vital for Juventus this season, even though he is often injured. He can make nine goals and four assists this season.