Sensational, but it happened: as reported by Sky Sport Italy, Paulo Dybala's contract with Juventus will not be renewed. The meeting between the Argentine's entourage and the Juventus managers gave a negative result.
Dybala will leave Juve at the end of the season. Juve's economic proposal to Dybala would provide for a lower fixed part than the current contract, about 6 million euros, as well as a series of bonuses that if reached all would lead Dybala to earn a figure of around 10 million, that is the one agreed with a verbal agreement last October.
Matteo Marani said: "Dybala, who feels like an important player, asked for a centrality that is not recognized. I think the turning point occurred in January: Juventus made a substantial investment in Vlahovic and therefore takes another path.
thought Dybala was the player to build his future around, then everything changed. " Last October, Dybala and Juventus had also reached an agreement in principle, on a fixed basis of eight million plus two bonuses. Then, however, the club made some additional reflections on the physical condition of the player, who has so far missed fifteen matches due to injury.
Too many, for the central player of the new project, and consequently to grant him a super top engagement. In the absence of the necessary conditions to negotiate the agreement, Dybala effectively leaves the Juve project and ends up straight on the zero-parameter market. For Dybala now there are Inter, Tottenham, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid.