According to multiple reports in Italy, Juan Cuadrado is close to extending his contract with Juventus, while Paulo Dybala’s agent must quarantine upon his arrival in Turin from Argentina.
Dybala’s agent Jorge Antun is expected to fly to Italy next week to begin new contract talks with the Bianconeri.
Contatti sempre più positivi tra la #Juve e l’entourage di #Cuadrado: il rinnovo del colombiano fino al 2023 verrà formalizzato nelle prossime settimane // Cuadrado will soon extend his contract with Juve until 2023 ⏳⚪️⚫️@GoalItalia
— Romeo Agresti (@romeoagresti) July 25, 2021
Dybala’s contract expires in June 2022 and Juventus must tie him down to a new contract as soon as possible to avoid his exit as a free agent in the summer of 2022.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport correspondent Luca Bianchin, Antun must quarantine for ten days before meeting representatives of the Old Lady as the player’s agent is flying to Turin from Argentina.
Jorge #Antun, agente di #Dybala, sarà a Torino nei prossimi giorni, ma dovrà molto probabilmente restare in quarantena per 10 giorni. Per l’appuntamento con la #Juve bisogna aspettare. #calciomercato @Gazzetta_it
— luca bianchin (@lucabianchin7) July 25, 2021
Meantime, the Bianconeri are close to extending Juan Cuadrado’s contract until June 2023.
Cuadrado’s current deal also expires in June 2022, but negotiations with the former Fiorentina and Chelsea man are at an advanced stage and Goal.com’s Romeo Agresti confirms the versatile right-back will soon put pen to paper on a new contract.
The salary of the 33-year-old won’t change and will continue to earn €5m-a-year.