Paulo Dybala turned down a €10 million-per-year deal. Now, he even refuses to leave Juventus.
The Serie A giants offered him a new deal in the summer, but a cheap one.
Dybala turned down a €10 million-per-year deal.
La Joya’s new contract with the Old Lady expires in June 2022, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, citing Football Italia’s article.
Still, Dybala is “likely” to refuse to leave Juventus in the summer if the club does not give him a new contract.
In October, his agent, Jorge Antun, travelled to Italy. However, the Bianconeri did not contact him.
Antun is now in Argentina, where he is awaiting a new club deal.