After further negotiations failed to reach a solution over his future, Juventus playmaker Paulo Dybala is supposed to leave the team as a free agent this summer.
Dybala‘s existing deal with the Turin outfit finishes this summer, but the 28-year-old will not renew it. It came after his representative met with club authorities on Monday for about two solid hours to discuss the Argentina intl future further than this season.
Following speculation from rival teams in past transfer market, including Manchester United and Tottenham in 2019, Dybala has been in ongoing negotiations for some period.
However, his seven-year tenure at Juventus appears to be drawing to a close this summer. Since moving to Juve from Palermo in June 2015, Dybala has won five Serie A titles and four Coppa Italia titles.
Basically, he’s been hampered by nagging injuries this season, but he began his first outing in over a month on Sunday, scoring the first goal in a 2-0 win against Salernitana at home. This campaign, Dybala has registered 13 goals in 29 games across all competitions. According to Sky in Italy, Dybala was a Tottenham transfer interest in August 2019 after the team reached a £64.4 million cost with Juventus.
Lastly, the Serie A club, however, canceled the deal because they were reluctant to let him depart without a successor in sight. Manchester United were also interested in signing Dybala at that time, but were unable to do so due to his apprehensions about the move and his agent’s rigorous requirements.