Juventus will start contract negotiations with Dybala
Sporting director Juve Paratici says Dybala’s new contract is in the air as the club tries to be economically cautious amid the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic.
The club will start negotiations
Paulo Dybala’s is fast approaching the final year of its current Allianz stadium deal, and it was reported that Juventus will listen to offers for the forward this summer so as not to waste him in 2022. Fabio claims the club has held regular talks with Argentine officials over a potential renewal, but also acknowledged that it may not be possible for them to reach a final agreement in the current financial climate.
The head of Juventus said they talk to his agent every week, but they can’t forget the moment they are all going through, even as a company. He added that now no one can decide what to do for the next one, two, three years and they have to be very careful.
Paulo Dybala’s is an important player
Pirlo declined to be drawn into the ongoing speculation about Dybala’s future at a press conference ahead of Juventus Serie A’s clash with Genoa on Sunday. He, however, highlighted the impact that the 27-year-old has on the squad when he fits perfectly, telling reporters that he always said that Paulo Dybala’s was an important player and unfortunately he didn’t have a lot of it at his disposal. this season. according to him, it is necessary to look at the present, because it is more important than the future. He still has a year left on his contract and will be here next season. Paulo is the player who makes the difference.
Paulo has been forced to serve 21 games this season due to injury and has only recently returned to the crease after recovering from a serious knee ligament problem. As a result, the diminutive striker has been limited to just 17 appearances in all competitions, and has only four goals and two assists to his name so far.