The newly appointed coach of the whites wants the Argentine to stay at the Allianz Stadium even after 2022.
Paulo Dybala is expected to resume talks for a new contract with Juventus, with Massimiliano Allegri wanting to secure the striker in Turin for a long time. Dybala, whose contract expires in June 2022, has been heavily linked with a move away from Turin this summer.
It has been said that Juve are looking to sell the Argentine this summer, as he could leave as a free agent next summer, but Allegri is committed to keeping him as he prepares for his second cycle at the helm of this team. Allegri had resigned from Juve in 2019 after leading the club for five consecutive Serie A and two Champions League finals in a five-year span, until he returned on Friday after the team sacked Andrea Pirlo.
Goal has learned from its sources that the Italian has told the club that the first thing they need to do is sign a new contract with Dybala, with club officials expected to begin negotiations with the 27-year-old later this week. The Whites had not reached a renewal deal with Dybala earlier this year but he could do so with Allegri by discussing his role within the squad and his attacking position.
The form of Dybala under the direction of Allegri.
Dybala was one of the best players at Juve when Allegri was in charge of it from 2014-2019. The striker had scored 74 goals during that time, including 26 only in his best season 2017-18, where he averaged one goal every 125 minutes.
The pair had won nine trophies together in Turin and fans hope they can repeat this lucrative collaboration for the new season, while the Whites want to win the title in Italy but also the Champions League.