Paulo Dybala no longer expected to sign a new Juventus contract

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Juventus striker Paulo Dybala has been advised not to sign a new contract with the club, which would see him leave as a free agent when his current contract expires this summer.

Dybala has been with Juve since he came from Palermo in 2015 and signed a new contract no later than 2017, which now only has a few months left to run.

At the end of December, it was reported that Juve, who previously seemed ready to seal a renewal of the contract with the Argentine, were considering changing the terms offered.

The suggestion was that Juve, given that 28-year-old Dybala missed a number of matches during the first half of the season due to injury problems, wanted to reduce the length of the proposed deal, which was thought to have already been verbally agreed at. that time, or reduce the fixed part of the salary in favor of a more incentive structure.

Perhaps not surprisingly, it has now been reported by Cesar Luis Merlo, from the Argentine news source TyC Sports, that Dybala has had a “radical change” in his heart and does not want to sign at all. The reason is that he was “upset” that Juve tried to change the terms that had been offered.

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As such, he is said to be ready to listen to offers elsewhere. The nature of Dybala’s situation means that he is already entitled to negotiate and sign a pre-contract agreement for a free transfer to the summer. Losing him as a free agent would also deny Juve a transfer fee.

Dybala has been strongly linked with a number of clubs in the past, including Manchester United and Tottenham, and was a rumored target for Barcelona last summer. His forthcoming availability as a free agent may once again pique the interest of the cash-strapped La Liga club, whose recruitment strategy has largely focused on recruiting free agents in recent years.

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