Dybala Contract Has Extremely Convoluted Release Clause

Paulo Dybala was coy about his future in the presser before the Europa League clash with RB Salzburg. He could potentially leave Roma for a cheap sum if he chooses.

Per Gianluca Di Marzio, the parties agreed to a multi-layered release clause following a lengthy negotiation last summer. Other Italian clubs can acquire him for €20M, but the Giallorossi can neutralize it by raising his wages from €3.8M to €6M per year. If they refused to do so, they’d receive 80 percent of the sum and the player 20. The club has the final say in this kind of transfer.

Instead, Dybala can decide on his own as far as moves to foreign sides are concerned. The exit clause is just €12M in this scenario. If a suitor triggered it, Roma could propose to increase his salary, as in the other instance. However, the player could rebuff them and switch teams.

In the meantime, the capital side and the Argentine have more immediate concerns. He left the midweek fixture at halftime due to some discomfort in his left flexor muscle, Sky relays. José Mourinho commented.

“He told me he couldn’t continue in the second half. I don’t know if it’s an injury, an ailment, or just precaution.”

Our Take on the Future of Dybala

It’s interesting and worrying for Roma that he decided to attach himself to the Special One in his most recent remarks. It’s understandable since he gave him the starring role he rarely had at Juventus. The Giallorossi better do whatever they can to retain both and possibly renegotiate his contract because the clause is too big of a threat.

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