The Argentine’s contract expires in June, and as a result, he’s been connected with several major European clubs ahead of a probable summer free transfer.
Turin has been trying to lock down the 28-year-future for some time but has been unable to reach an agreement on new terms.
Dybala is now persuaded, according to La Gazzetta Dello Sport, that Juventus no longer wants his services and would therefore listen to offers from other clubs.
Dybala’s representative was scheduled to meet with Juventus on Thursday to discuss a new contract, but the meeting was postponed until after the international break.
Inter Milan, Tottenham Hotspur, Barcelona, and Manchester City are all rumored to be interested in signing the forward.
With less than six months left on his contract, Dybala is inevitably being linked with a move away from the Allianz Stadium, with Chelsea and Tottenham both thought to be monitoring his situation in Turin.
However, according to Italian football journalist Gianluca Di Marzio, the Argentina international wants to stay at Juventus, and he feels Dusan Vlahovic’s £66 million arrivals would help him do so.
In an interview with Wettfreunde, Di Marzio said:Dybala wants to continue at Juventus and would not have signed with another club if he didn’t want to. Now that he’s free, he can sign with any team.
Because he wants to stay, he has chosen to wait for his Juventus appointment at the end of February. It is conditional on Juventus making an offer to Paulo and his agent.
Di Marzio also feels that Dybala’s future will be decided in the “next 10 days” based on the offer he and his agent get.
It all hinges on what Juventus says to Dybala and his agency in the coming ten days. Dybala will declare he will go somewhere else if they arrive and say, Oh, this is the offer, €5-6 million.