Roma and Dybala Set to Engage in Contract Negotiations

The marriage between Paulo Dybala and Roma have worked wonderfully, but the club will have to revise his contract to enjoy him for years to come. The parties agreed to a particular arrangement after lengthy talks last summer.

According to Calciomercato, La Joya is currently tied to the Giallorossi until 2025 with €4.2M annual wages, but the deal includes some peculiar elements. The team can eliminate a relatively low release clause by raising his salary to €6M. They plan to do so. However, there have been contacts to change the terms altogether.

Per Corriere della Sera, the Roma brass denies that Dybala could be poached by another Italian team for just €20M. The clause is valid only for foreign sides. It’ll be neutralized if they pick up the option, pushing the expiration date to 2026.

The Argentine is at ease in the Italian capital. The only element of doubt is the uncertain future of José Mourinho, who was vital in luring him to La Lupa. The Special One has just a year and a half on his contract. He’s set to discuss his personal and the club’s plans in March, Calciomercato relays.

Our Take on Roma and Dybala

Both parties were very cautious in the previous negotiation, protecting themselves from potential issues, such as injuries, lack of competitiveness and chemistry, or malcontent. Those won’t be concerns when the time comes. It’d be better for everybody if Mourinho stayed put, but he should stick around regardless.

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