Although he continues to be a mainstay to fill Juventus’ attacking sector, the future fate of Paulo Dybala is not yet clear, considering that his contract with Massimiliano Allegri’s team will expire at the end of the 2021/22 season.
In fact, Dybala was rumored to have to continue his career with the team from the city of Turin, after asking the club for conditions such as a fee of 10 million euros per season with several bonuses with a contract duration until 2026.
Unfortunately, the Bianconeri reportedly refuse to fulfill the request from the Argentine striker and will make a lower offer to Dybala, in order to stay at Juve.
Allegri’s team’s efforts to keep him, seem to be getting more and more difficult. Because, Dybala has shown an attitude of disappointment to the club, after refusing to celebrate when he scored a goal against Udinese.
The treatment that Dybala made, in fact only worsened his relationship with Andrea Agnelli and John Elkann, as Juventus club officials who were reportedly disappointed with the actions of the 28-year-old player.
This, it seems, also seems to be opening up Inter in signing Dybala on a free transfer at the end of the season, when the defending Serie A champions have shown serious interest in him.