Juventus could be in line to cut ties with the Argentine on the current summer window
Dybala has so far refused to extend his contract with Juventus with the Old Lady now becoming more uncertain over the Argentine’s future.
Despite Allegri returning to the staff room, retaining Dybala remains a hard nut to crack with the striker demanding for improved deal.
It’s clear that with Allegri back, Dybala is back into the front page of the club’s project but the main problem remains his willingness to stay.
His €10m per annum deal is no more what the Argentine wants and should Juve not listen to his offer, it’s likely he will push for an exit.
English side, Chelsea have for a while been linked on a transfer move for Dybala.
Coupled with their pursuit to strengthen up the squad, Chelsea can now resolve to submitting a transfer deal.
Dybala’s new contract is set to expire next year when he could finally leave as a free agent, which is one of Juve’s fears.
Manchester United are also another side who are on his radar and they could engage into a transfer battle with their bitter rivals for the number 10’s signature.