Paulo Dybala is increasingly convinced that Juventus no longer want him in Turin, so he can listen to offers from other European clubs.
The Argentine striker’s contract in Turin expires at the end of the season, but talks on a new deal have led nowhere so far.
The meeting between the club and its agent, which was to take place today (Thursday) in Turin, has been postponed. Dybala’s representative, Jorge Antun, arrived from Argentina a few days ago and was surprised to discover that Juventus would not meet him today.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus will meet during the international holiday with Dybala’s agent and representatives of five other players with contracts that expire this summer.
The black and white club wants full engagement on the field before the next three games against Sampdoria, Villarreal and Salernitana, to have a clearer situation about the contract renewal.
Dybala, on the other hand, has doubts about his future in Turin. According to the newspaper, he is convinced that Juventus no longer wants him at the Allianz Stadium and his agent may hear offers from other clubs soon.
Dybala has the right to sign a pre-contract agreement with any other team and there are many clubs in Europe interested in securing his services.