The contract renewal of Paulo Dybala with Juventus is getting closer than ever as only a few details regarding bonuses and legal issues remain.
Dybala’s current deal with the Bianconeri will end in 2022 but both parties have been in talks for an extension. Previous reports suggest there’s already an initial agreement to continue together until 2026.
However, there’s still no official announcement of signing as just yet because there are still some details that needed ironing out. According to Sky Sports journalist Gianluca Di Marzio, both parties are still working to sort out some stuff regarding bonuses and legal issue
The striker reportedly will be making a total of €10m (including add-ons) to remain in Turin for the next four years.
Dybala’s agent Jorge Antun will return to Italy soon though there’s no exact date yet for it. There shouldn’t be any problem or doubts regarding the player’s future in Turin as he is keen on staying.
The Bianconeri are also looking to make their star striker the center of their project following Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure from Turin.