epa09681545 Juventus?s Paulo Dybala reacts during the final of Supercoppa Italiana between FC Inter and Juventus at Giuseppe Meazza stadium in Milan, Italy, 12 January 2022. EPA-EFE/MATTEO BAZZI

Juventus need to reduce their wage bill and, according to multiple reports, they will offer a 15% pay cut to each one of their six players who see their contracts expire in June, including Paulo Dybala.



The Serie A giants announced a loss of almost €210m for the 2020-21 campaign and their CEO Maurizio Arrivabene is working to lower their wage bill.

Six of their players see their contract expire at the end of the season: Paulo Dybala, Juan Cuadrado, Federico Bernardeschi, Mattia De Sciglio, Mattia Perin and Carlo Pinsoglio.

According to Tuttosport and Calciomercato.com, each one of them will be offered a €15% pay cut to extend their stay at the club.

Dybala is on a €7.3m-a-year deal in Turin and the Bianconeri had reportedly reached an agreement to extend his stay at the club by offering a €10m-a-year deal including add-ons.

However, the Bianconeri will likely change the terms of the agreement offering a lower salary.

Juventus will resume talks with Dybala and the other players with expiring contracts in February.

“I said previously that we would talk about it in February,” Arrivabene said earlier this week.

“It’s not just Dybala, there are also contracts to be discussed with Cuadrado, Perin, European Champion Bernardeschi and also De Sciglio. We already said there will be the time to talk to them all, including Dybala.”

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9 thought on “Juventus to cut pay of players with expiring contracts, including Dybala”
  1. If it enables Juve to bag Vlahovic, it’s the right move. Dybala simply hasn’t done enough to demand a big contract. Vlahovic would add so much more to this Juve team.

  2. I don’t know about the rest, but Juan Cuadrado deserves a payrise, been their best player for five years. Unsung hero.

  3. Dybala won’t sign the extension. With 15% cut, he would get even less salary than Lautaro at Inter. This is his last chance to get big contract, as he will be 29 this year.

  4. Paycut for Dybala is about moving his salary off the books and yet being able to tell us we tried but the economics did not work out. Can’t say I blame them on this one as he is injured almost as often as he plays.

    Cuadrado took the mantle as our best and arguably hardest working player since Mandzukic and despite his age he deserves another contract but Inwould stop short of a payrise. Not at his age.

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