According to reports in Argentina, Paulo Dybala is unhappy with Juventus’ decision to change their contract extension offer and is ready to open talks with other clubs, leaving Turin as a free agent in the summer.
Dybala sees his current contract expire at the end of the season and according to multiple reports in Italy, he had agreed to sign a new €10m-a-year deal until 2026.
However, La Gazzetta dello Sport reported earlier this week that the Bianconeri would withdraw their contract extension offer, making a new proposal to the Argentinean.
Juventus may offer Dybala the same salary (€7.3m-a-year) or even a lower one because of the striker’s physical issues and the club’s financial problems.
TyCSports journalist Cesar Luis Merlo reports that Dybala would not sign a contract extension under the new conditions.
La Joya is annoyed with the Bianconeri and is now open to hearing offers from other clubs.
‘Dybala has decided not to renew his contract with Juventus unless the situation changes drastically,’ the Argentinean journalist claimed on Twitter.
Dybala is Juventus best scorer this season with nine goals in 20 appearances across all competitions.
However, he has already missed nine games due to injuries.
💣💣Salvo un cambio radical en su situación, Paulo Dybala tiene decidido no renovar con Juventus el contrato que vence el 30/6/2022.
*️⃣Al futbolista le molestó que el club le cambiara las condiciones para su nuevo vinculo. Con este escenario, ya escucha ofertas. pic.twitter.com/OoyD4hws9W
— César Luis Merlo (@CLMerlo) January 12, 2022