Paulo Dybala is reportedly upset after Juventus fans fiercely criticised him following reports that he wants to sue the club for around €50m.
On Thursday, newspapers Corriere della Sera and La Repubblica suggested that the Argentinian forward and his lawyer are planning to file a lawsuit against the Bianconeri for failing to renew his expiring contract in the 2021-22 season.
His lawyer Luca Ferrari allegedly told Assistant Prosecutor Marco Gianoglio and Prosecutor Mario Bendoni on February 28 that Juventus and Dybala had agreed to a new five-year contract, worth around €9.2m net per season, before the club changed their minds.
As reported by Corriere dello Sport, Dybala was overwhelmed by the fierce criticism he received from Juventus fans following the media reports, believing he had a positive relationship with the supporters in Turin.
The Argentinian forward agreed to waive around €3m of his wages during the early stages of the pandemic, which the club agreed to pay back regardless of if he stayed or left. Should this not be paid by April, he could sue for both that money and €50m – the difference between his agreement with Juventus and the three-year contract he received at Roma.