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As is the case every summer, the future of Paulo Dybala is in doubt due to the affordable €12M release clause present in his contract, but he’s in no rush to leave Roma. He has turned down a rich proposal by Al-Nassr, TuttoSport informs.

Foreign clubs can poach La Joya for just €12M in July, provided he agrees to transfer. He’s never been close to doing so since he moved to the Italian capital.

Dybala has fewer incentives now than in the past since he’s set for a sizeable automatic pay bump, which will bring his wages back to his Juventus level after being pretty affordable for his seasons at Roma.

On the other hand, he’s tied to the team only until 2025. An extension could be in the cards. His agents Carlos Novel and Jorge Antun could be in town later this week for a meeting with new Giallorossi director Florent Ghisolfi.

Regardless of the outcome of the negotiation, Daniele De Rossi is adamant about keeping the Argentine. Moreover, he has been reportedly active in trying to recruit Federico Chiesa.

Our Take on Dybala and Roma

His exit is improbable unless a major European team that plays in the Champions League comes into the picture. There’s no hint of that for now, but some rumors might pop up to apply pressure on the brass. There’s surely more impetus to get a new deal done given the expiration date and his improved wages, which the management might want to dilute.

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