Dybala Set for Roma Contract Extension and Pay Rise

Paulo Dybala is set to stay put with Roma for the near future, with the Giallorossi management planning to extend his contract for a further year – until 2026. Dybala is also set to become the club’s highest earner come July, thanks to a bonus clause in his existing contract.

He will earn approximately €6M net per annum from July onwards, and one of the main reasons why Roma want to hold talks with Dybala is to eliminate his release clause from the club, which currently stands at €12M for foreign clubs and €20M for Italian clubs.

Rumors have been circulating as of late regarding a potential exit for the ex-Juventus and Palermo midfielder, but agent Jorge Antun has denied any such move for Dybala.

“Paulo did not speak to anyone, and I did not receive any calls or offers from Saudi clubs. I am responsible for listening to clubs interested in Dybala, and the player is on vacation.”

The Argentine playmaker arrived from Juventus on a free transfer and has quickly managed to become a fan favorite at the Stadio Olimpico. Dybala scored 18 goals and registered 8 assists in 2022/23 for Roma.

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