Juventus are losing patience with Paulo Dybala and are considering finding a base for him this summer.
Juventus have become impatient with the Paulo Dybala case according to Italian media. The two parties have not yet reached an agreement to renew the striker’s contract, which ends in 2022. The Old Lady could give in to the Argentine striker if the stakeholders do not find common ground. For now, the new offer from the Turin leaders would not meet Dybala’s salary demands.
Big salary disagreement between Dybala and Juve
According to Calciomercato, negotiations between the two sides have been halted as Juventus are unwilling to offer Dybala a pay rise. The Serie A club initially offered their player € 10million per season plus a few bonuses, but Piedmont officials have reportedly recently informed Dybala that this offer has expired. Juventus’ new offer is € 7.3million per year, the same number Dybala is currently earning. Talks started several months ago, Argentina’s representatives are demanding a salary of 15 million euros per season. If Juventus fail to strike a deal with Dybala, the club could look for a base in “La Joya” this summer. Notice to amateurs.