Paulo Dybala is continuing to prove his star status at Roma but his future at the club is unclear with less than 18 months left on his contract.

The 30-year-old Argentinian forward was the star of the show in the Giallorossi’s Serie A clash with Torino on Monday, scoring a hattrick to drive Daniele De Rossi’s side to a key win in their fight for Champions League qualification.

Dybala had the opportunity to leave Roma in the January transfer window, with two Saudi Arabian clubs willing to active his €12m release clause, but he informed the club that he wanted to move forward in the Italian capital.

Page 16 of today’s Gazzetta dello Sport details how Dybala would’ve gladly welcomed some contract negotiations with Roma, but the club’s management have decided to postpone any talks until a new sporting director arrives at the end of the season.

A long list of foreign clubs, including some from the Premier League and Saudi Arabia, are expected to emerge for the Argentinian star in the coming summer transfer window, leaving his future shrouded in doubt.

This season, Dybala has scored 12 goals and provided six assists in 25 appearances across all competitions.

One thought on “Dybala future at Roma still shrouded in doubt”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Tickets Kit Collector