Dybala more and more convinced that Juventus no longer want him

epa09607843 Juventus' Paulo Dybala shows his dejection at the end of the Italian Serie A soccer match Juventus FC vs Atalanta BC at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, 27 November 2021. EPA-EFE/MASSIMO RANA

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Paulo Dybala is ‘more and more convinced’ that Juventus no longer want him in Turin, so he may listen to offers from other European clubs.

The Argentinean striker’s contract in Turin expires at the end of the season, but talks over a new deal have led nowhere so far. The meeting between the club and his agent, which was supposed to take place today in Turin, has been postponed. Dybala’s representative Jorge Antun arrived from Argentina a few days ago and was surprised to find out that Juventus would not meet him today.

According to the report, Juventus will meet Dybala’s agent and the representatives of the other five players with a contract expiring during the international break. The club wants full commitment on the pitch ahead of the following three games against Sampdoria, Villarreal and Salernitana.

On the other hand, Dybala has doubts about his future in Turin. According to the report, he is convinced that Juventus no longer want him at the Allianz Stadium and his agent could listen to offers from other clubs shortly. Dybala is eligible to sign a pre-contract agreement with any other team and there are many clubs in Europe interested in securing his services: Inter, Tottenham Hotspur, Barcelona and Manchester City could make their move for La Joya.

16 Comments on “Dybala more and more convinced that Juventus no longer want him”

  1. seems like juBentus want to milk the best possible performances out of him before ditching him

  2. Juve is postponing the decision until they guarantee 4th place for next season as well as qualification to next round in champions league.
    Trust always that juve management will do the best they can to keep juve successful. Keep going

  3. Little sad, we had good time together my friend Paulo… But its time to part ways and wish good look and much money for each other, was nice to have you these years 😉

  4. Imagine chiesa vlahovic and zaniolo backed with pogba locatelli and zakaria. Now that is tough squad

  5. Dybala will do better without Juve. How many players have they signed, just to keep them from having a career with another club. If he gets healed and healthy he can be great addition to another team. It is obvious Juve want to discard him.

  6. This is a bad article. There are no quotes or any sources of the speculation that Dybala is convinced of this.

  7. @Mustac,
    That midfield is still not great imo. What has Zakaria really shown so far that he is so great? Nothing. Locatelli has just been ok but just average if we are tbh. And you think just by having Pogba come back he’s going to immediately perform miracles with different players around him and Juve’s midfield will just become great again? Lot of people just throw names out with imaginary and wishful thinking.

  8. Joao Felix, Zaniolo and Susic, recall Fagioli and Rovella, sign Dybala to 7m/yr+bonuses deal problems solved lol

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