Juventus is officially close to reaching a new contract with Paulo Dybala, who is preparing to commit until June 2025 with the Bianconeri.
Tuttomercatoweb (via Football Italia) claims, the Argentine, named the MVP of Serie A for 2019-20, is in continuing team negotiations and the Old Lady will soon confirm a new contract with the 26-year-old.
Last month Dybala suffered a thigh injury when Juventus secured their ninth consecutive Scudetto versus Sampdoria, but now he is healing from it.
He hopes he will be back in the last 16 of the Champions League against Olympique Lyonnais.
The forward will sign a new deal after the match against the men of Rudi Garcia, suggests the source.
Dybala seems likely to raise his salary at Allianz Stadium, with a new five-year extension at the club.