Dybala sees his current deal expire at the end of the season and a contract extension is not to be taken for granted.
According to multiple reports in Italy, Juventus won’t offer Dybala €10m-a-year, including add-ons, which is how much the Bianconeri had offered him a few weeks ago, managing to reach an agreement with La Joya.
Andrea Agnelli was not at the stadium as he was positive for COVID, but watched the game on TV.
According to Tuttosport, both he and his cousin John Elkann, chairman and CEO of Exor, the holding company that holds the club were, not impressed by the striker’s behaviour and think it’s not suited to the team’s future leader.
— Tuttosport (@tuttosport) January 18, 2022
Juventus will resume contract talks with their striker in February, but many clubs around Europe have set their sights on the 28-year-old, including Tottenham Hotspur, Inter and Barcelona.
“Dybala would be an aspiration for many clubs,” Inter CEO Marotta said on Sunday.
“We keep an eye on the evolution of the market, but we are satisfied at the moment and want to show respect to the forwards who are already doing so well for Inter.”
According to Il Corriere della Sera, the Nerazzurri have already prepared an economic plan to welcome the Argentinean in the summer.
— FcInterNews.it (@FcInterNewsit) January 18, 2022
Alexis Sanchez may also give his farewell to San Siro in June, one year before the expiration of his contract if Inter pay him €4.5m.
However, it remains to be seen if Dybala will ‘betray’ Juventus by joining their biggest rivals on a free transfer.