Also, he’ll just cost your club a cool €230 million.
Juventus scoring machine Paulo Dybala, who has scored 13 goals in 15 appearances as of now this season and is set to sign a new deal with the Turin club and the Bianconeri are quick to avoid any potential suitors for the previous Palermo man by embedding an enormous release clause in his agreement.
Elgoldigital, through Calcio Mercato, has broken the news about Dybala’s new provision which, if activated, would make the 23-year-old the world’s most costly player, with the expense coming in at €1 million over that what Paris Saint-Germain separated with for Neymar, last summer.
Dybala has scored 55 goals in 109 appearances since joining Juventus from Palermo in 2015, winning consecutive domestic cups in his initial two seasons.
Be that as it may, in spite of his noteworthy club shape, Dybala is yet to light up the international stage failing to score in 10 games.
Will anybody have the capacity to part with anything close to €230 million for the 23-year-old, next summer, however?