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Paulo Dybala will leave Juventus as a free agent at the end of the 2021/22 season

According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Paulo Dybala is set to leave Juventus at the end of the current season as the two sides failed to agree on a new deal. The 28-year-old has less than six months left on his current contract but is in negotiations with Juventus.

Since battling COVID-19, Paulo Dybala has struggled to reach the heights he thrived on during Juventus although Argentina’s form was also affected by Cristiano Ronaldo. The forward’s mere presence in the squad saw Dybala fail to reach double goals for the first time since joining Turin, although testing positive for COVID-19 didn’t help either. But over the past few months, the 28-year-old has slowly but surely found his feet for the Old Lady.

Yet, with less than six months left on his contract, negotiations have stalled since Juventus rescinded their €8m salary offer, plus €2m in bonuses. However, things have now gotten worse as Fabrizio Romano reports that Dybala is now set to leave as a free agent as the striker is unhappy with the new terms offered to him. It comes after Juventus chief Pavel Nedved met with Dybala’s agent Jorgen Antun with negotiations not going well.

The transfer guru has revealed that the 28-year-old won’t sign a new contract with the Turin giants and will therefore leave as a free agent at the end of the current season. Not only that, he has been heavily linked with a move to England, although reports have indicated that Inter Milan are also in the running. Romano further reported that Dybala is now set to open talks with his suitors as the 28-year-old can sign a pre-contract deal with clubs outside Italy as he has less left. six months on his current contract.

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