Juventus striker Paulo Dybala has intentions to quit the Turin club this summer.
The Italian club offered the player a salary of around €10m including bonuses last summer with a new contract, but Football Italia reports that the player and his agent refused to sign such an option at the start of the 2020/21 season.
Juventus sticks to the offer and has no intention of increasing it. If Dybala does not agree to the terms put forward, he is likely to leave Juventus in the summer. The club does not want to let the player go free in the summer of 2022.
Communication between Dybala’s agent and Juventus has recently broken down as the club believes they have made their position clear enough.
The Argentine did not play since January 10 after injury. The 27-year-old forward has played 11 games, scoring 2 goals and providing 2 assists, in Serie A this season.