After seven years wearing the Juventus shirt, the Argentine forward Paulo Dybala could put an end to his career at the Italian club. What happened? Surprisingly, the Vecchia Signora leadership changed the conditions of the new contract to be signed. That bothered the Argentine player too much, who according to Italian media would already be looking for new offers.
Dybala laments after losing to Inter in the Italian Super Cup. (AP Photo / Luca Bruno)
This news was a bucket of cold water for all Juve fans, since the renewal of the Jewel had been a topic of talk and had been agreed long ago. Before the start of the Covid 19 pandemic, the 28-year-old forward’s future was already decided but, Due to poor performance and the string of injuries, the institution decided to adjust the conditions of its contract, which expires on June 30.
The signing of the contract was agreed for next February but Dybala swerved and made the decision not to sign for the club where he won the Scudetto six times, the Italian Cup four times and the Super Cup three times. With this panorama the Argentine can negotiate freely, so he would already find himself listening to different offers.