Mercato – Paulo Dybala wants to stay, Juventus are confident of an extension

INFO OBJECTIVES – Juventus wants to extend the deal with Paulo Dybala, which will end in 2022. It is also the will of the Argentines.

On Friday night, at Allianz Stadium, Juventus will play the first Italian football match after the Coronavirus against Milan. Paulo Dybala will be in the field. Who, before three months’ stoppage, had made a fantastic goal against Inter. The one who lived during the shutdown lived 40 days of fear with Covid-19.

But in recent hours, Paulo Dybala, 26, has also taken the headlines in Italian newspapers about his future at Juventus. In an interview with CNN, the Argentine striker recalled his deep respect for FC Barcelona and slid suppressed slightly on Turin’s leaders. Bound until 2022, he says he is willing to extend his contract. “But it depends on Juve”, he specifies. A number that reacted strongly.

Dybala wants to continue the adventure

According to information from Goal, Juventus shows confidence in the idea of ​​finding common ground with Paulo Dybala. The former hope of Palermo wants to stay in Turin and honor No. 10 as the club led him four years ago. “I’m happy to be here, people love me very much and I love supporters a lot. I have a great love for this club and the people who are here. I have a good relationship with my president (Andrea (Agnelli)) and we will definitely talk at some point “said the interested.

Slowly from the Covid-19 pandemic, discussions about an extension have already begun between Juventus and Paulo Dybala’s representative. And still, according to our information, the two parties want to quickly find an agreement, which can be about EUR 12 million net per season. The documentation is placed at the top of the pile of decision makers in Turin. The latter hope to be able to move forward with the extension of their player in the coming weeks.