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Dybala indicates long-term contract extension at Juventus

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After a year of renewal talks, Paulo Dybala has finally provided a hint for his long-term future with Juventus.

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Paulo Dybala has provided a strong hint that he will be potentially extending his agreement with Juventus sooner or later.

The 28-year-old initially joined the Old Lady from Palermo in 2015. Since then, the striker has proved himself to be one of the best attackers in Serie A and the Champions League.

Even though he continues to be a key prospect for Juve, there have been rumours regarding his long-term contract. As a matter of fact, his deal is about to expire in the next six months.

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Dybala has been negotiating a contract renewal with Juventus for over a year now and has attracted many top clubs in the process. If you were unaware, the star forward was also offered a new deal up to 2027 with a salary rise up to €8 million per year.

The club’s sporting director Pavel Nedved said: “We are counting on the player. And will try to get the contract signed as soon as possible.” 

Nevertheless, during an interview with German tennis star Alexander Zverev, Dybala dropped a hint about his possible long-term future with Juventus.

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When Zverev questioned the Argentine whether he would be seen in the Italian city in five years, he replied: “Maybe. I hope so. If you come to Turin in the next five years you will find me.”

Dybala could not play Juve’s recent Serie A win over Lazio due to an injury, however, he has confirmed that he will be back for Tuesday’s Champions League clash against Chelsea.

The South-American said to Sky Italia: “I’m fine, I’ll train with the team tomorrow.”

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