Paulo Dybala was a statement signing by Roma when he joined on a free transfer last summer, but his adventure in the Italian capital could already be coming to an end.



The 29-year-old Argentinian ended a seven-year spell with Juventus when his contract expired last year and he joined the Giallorossi on a free transfer, signing a three-year contract worth around €4.5m net per season.

Dybala instantly became an important figure for Roma and is a key source of creativity in Jose Mourinho’s squad, scoring 11 goals and providing seven assists across 21 appearances in all competitions. highlights how Dybala may already be looking beyond the Italian capital, with his Roma contract having an extremely accessible release clause: €20m, or €12m for foreign teams.

The Argentinian forward gave some hints over his future in a press conference yesterday, noting that he doesn’t “know what’ll happen at the end of the season” and that he hopes “Roma play in the Champions League next year”.

This essentially highlights the two conditions that’ll need to be met should Roma want to keep Dybala beyond this season: Champions League qualification and keeping Mourinho at the helm.

His release clause has been noted by clubs around Europe and two in particular are keen, Manchester United and Newcastle United.

With less than five months left until the summer transfer window, Dybala could be entering the final spell of his time with Roma, not even a year after his arrival.

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