Juventus can change the contract offer to Paulo Dybala

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Juventus have been advised to revise their offer of a new contract to Paulo Dybala due to concerns about the player’s condition.

Dybala has regularly been team captain for Juve when he is in shape this season but has also missed eight matches in all competitions due to muscle injuries. Such repeated absences seem to be a cause for concern for the club when it comes to giving him a new long-term contract.

The 28-year-old, for whom this is likely to be the last major contract of his career, is set to become a free agent this summer. But he was reported last month to have reached an agreement with the club on a new deal until 2026 worth 10 million euros per season.

But without anything actually being signed, Gazzetta dello Sport now reports that Juve are trying to change the terms offered to Dybala.

It is said that Juve, in view of having missed a considerable amount of football so far this season, wants to renegotiate a lower fixed salary with higher conditional bonuses, or alternatively reduce the length of the proposed contract from five years to three.

No formal agreement or signing of any terms is expected before February, which in fact gives Dybala and his representatives the freedom to delimit other offers.

From January 1, when he enters the last six months of his current contract, the player is officially entitled to start discussing terms with foreign clubs and can sign a pre-contract agreement to lock in a free transfer during the summer if he would like to. do it.

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