The meeting between Paulo Dybala’s agent and Juventus lasted a couple of hours and the Bianconeri reportedly offered their star a lower fixed salary than the one agreed a few months ago.

The Argentinean star sees his current deal expire at the end of the season and talks for his contract extension began from scratch this morning after Juventus withdrew the offer they made at the end of 2021.

The two parties had shaken hands on a new €11m-a-year deal including bonuses (circa €9m plus €2m add-ons), but the Serie A giants changed their stance because of Dybala’s physical issues and financial reasons.

Video: Dybala’s agent arrives for meeting with Juventus

According to, Juventus have offered Dybala a €7m-a-year deal plus bonuses, which would see him earn a similar fee than the one agreed in December. However, the length of the new contract would be shorter than the one agreed a few months ago: a three-year deal rather than four.

As per Sky Sport Italia, the fixed salary offered by the Bianconeri is even lower, in the region of €6m per year, but would reach €10m with add-ons. The two parties will probably meet again in the next few weeks as nothing has been agreed so far.

Another change concerns the agent commissions, which are much lower in the current offer. The ball is now on Dybala’s court with several clubs, including Barcelona, Inter and Tottenham Hotspur, linked with securing his services in the summer. According to Calciomercato, Dybala hasn’t yet received offers higher than Juventus’.

UPDATE: According to multiple reports in Italy, Dybala WON’T EXTEND his contract with Juventus, leaving Turin at the end of the season.


6 thought on “The details of Juventus’ new offer for Dybala”
  1. Fitness issues aside, the player makes a big difference and is worth staying at Juve. While I understand Juve need to make the best economic decisions buy they also need to retain the best players. I hope he stays and an agreement can be reached and allow juve to build a team with him, Vlahovic and Chiesa as the focal point.


  2. Sad to say that he peaked 5 seasons ago and then has been blighted by injuries. At 28, he isn’t going to explode on the scene anymore so might be the right time to cash in.

  3. Juve is managing this right and dybala has to realize you can’t get max money missing 20 games/year. Low base + attainable add ons starting with a big one once he hits a set amount of games. We can get this done, interesting it’s reported here no other club has offered more (if inter and athleti are who we’re concerned about let’s not be) they’re broke)

    Sign this contract bandiera and lose your useless agent while you’re at it. Andiamooooooo 💪🏻⚪️⚫️

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