Paulo Dybala could quit being a Juventus striker this summer. Juventus’ €10m offer was refused by Dybala and his agent.
The Italian club offered the player a new contract with a salary of around €10m including bonuses last summer.
But, at the start of the 2020/21 season, the player and his agent refused to sign such an option, reports Football Italia.
Meanwhile, Juventus have no intention of increasing the offer. And the club does not want to let the player go free in the summer of 2022, as well.
So, if Dybala does not agree to these terms, he is likely to leave Juventus in the summer.
The club believes they have made their position clear enough- and are prepared to sell him.
Negotiation between Dybala’s agent and Juventus has recently broken down.
The Argentine has played 11 games in Serie A this season, scoring 2 goals and providing 2 assists.
The 27-year-old forward is injured and has not been on the pitch since January 10.