Is It Really Over for Paulo Dybala at Juventus?

If failed contract negotiations and a series of never-ending injuries wasn’t enough to ruin the already-frosty relationship between Juventus and Paulo Dybala, then how about a law-breaching party at the McKennies?

The Argentine is now facing a new storm after it was revealed that he and Arthur attended a gathering at Weston McKennie’s house – which is considered to be a breach for the restriction rules related to the Covid-19 pandemic.

La Joya later apologized, but claimed that it wasn’t party, but rather a small dinner.

Whatever is the case, this latest incident could prove to be one of the last nails in the coffin of his career at the club – at least according to Calciomercato.

Whilst his two teammates only arrived to Turin last summer, Dybala is now considered to be one of the vice-captains at Juventus, and therefore, was expected to embody the famous Lo Stile Juve.

Although it was still unclear whether or not the 27-year-old was going to be physically ready for Deby della Mole on Saturday, his latest offense will probably see him suspended for one match by the club, alongside Arthur and McKennie.

Dybala and Juventus have been struggling to agree on a renewal for the player’s contract which is set to expire in 2022, as he is unwilling to accept an offer which would see him earning 10 million euros per season as a net wage.

The source adds that the former Palermo star is being linked with various moves, including Paris Saint Germain, Chelsea and Barcelona.

However, it is feared that the striker won’t accept any new destination next summer, which would effectively mean that he’ll end up leaving the Old Lady a year later on a free transfer.

Such scenario would be a devastating one for the club, and the management will try its best to avoid it.

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