Juventus are confident that Paulo Dybala will renew his contract and stay till 2025.
According to Tuttosports, Paulo Dybala has agreed on a new contract to extend his stay at Turin until 2025 with Juventus.
The Italian champions are sure that the Argentine forward will renew his current contract which was to end next two years, and then see the player stay in Turin until 2025 season.
Progresses are being made based on talks with Dybala’s agent, the Juventus number 10 will have to earn whooping €12 Million a year when he signs this new contract.
The 26 years old who was tested positive for coronavirus in March was on the verge on leaving the club for Tottenhham in the January transfer window, after much complications, he stayed behind.
Dybala was unable to resume the campaign with his teammates after the lengthy pandemic break, after testing positive for Coronavirus virus. The attacker has been a prolific factor for Sarri and his tactics in recent times.
Speaking about his future, Dubala told CNN on monday: “Renewal? For now there is nothing. I have a year-and-a-half left on my contract, it is not so much, and I understand that since what happened with the coronavirus it is not easy for the club, but other players have renewed. Let’s wait, it depends on Juventus.”
He said “I am happy to be here, people love me very much and I love people very much. I have a great appreciation for the club and the people who are here, I have a good relationship with my president and we will certainly talk at some point.”
According to Goal, Dybala who has scored 91 goals in 216 appearances for Juventus, and has demanded that he keep the No.10 shirt which he has worn for four years at the club, regardless of who they sign in the future.
With a these set and done, this is a certainty for the player and club is sure about reaching agreement that will see the 26 years old stay in Turin until 2025.