No Hesitation About the Future of Roma Star Dybala

Paulo Dybala might not ink a new contract with Roma anytime soon, but his future isn’t in doubt. He’s tied to the club until 2025. He’s in line for a pay hike considering the low salary he agreed to last summer. He has drawn interest from Chelsea and Saudi Arabia, but he’s not considering leaving, Corriere dello Sport relays.

La Joya has a €12M release clause in his contract for foreign teams, but he obviously has to sign off on the transfer for any suitor to activate it. It is highly unlikely to happen as he’s very comfortable in the Italian capital.

Jorge Antun, the agent of Dybala, recently met with Roma director Tiago Pinto to discuss the future of the Argentine and his new deal. The atmosphere between the parties is serene, but the signature isn’t imminent.

It will probably take place only after his release clause lapses. The contract of the striker already envisages some clauses that can bring his wages from €4.2M to €6M without negotiating.

Our Take on Roma and Dybala

Some chatter is there from pretty much every player, especially since the Saudi Pro League burst onto the scenes, but there has been no signal about his departure, nor would it make any sense for him to bolt.

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