- Paulo Dybala might be leaving Juventus soon
- The Argentine's deal with the Italian League champions expires next year
- The club has now vowed to let him leave if he fails to sign an extension with them
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Juventus might allow Paulo Dybala to leave if he further delays in signing a new contract in the coming days.
The Argentine's current deal with the Old Lady expires in the summer of 2022 and all efforts to get him to extend have failed.
Though the Turin-based club has offered him an improved deal valued around £6.2 million-a-year, yet, the midfielder seems unsatisfied.
And the Italian League champions have decided to end their relationship with the player should the problem persist.
Daily Mail quoting Tuttosport reports that Juve tempted Dybala with a sumptuous deal two years ago but he turned it down owing to the uncertainty of his future at the club.
The Allianz Stadium outfit wants to get his deal done so they can focus on other issues surrounding them.
Sources claim Juve might add another £1.9 million-per-year to the initial offer which will make the attacker the joint second-highest earner at the club with Matthijs de Ligt.
Five-time Champions League winner Cristiano Ronaldo remains the highest-paid at the moment.
A meeting between Dybala's representatives and the club has been fixed for this month with the major with his future becoming a crunch part of it.
The Argentine joined the Old Lady in 2015 in a move valued around £40 million and has scored 97 goals in 240 appearances across competitions.
Andrea Pirlo is looking to bolster his team this window with former Southampton forward Graziano Pelle his priority transfer target.
Meanwhile, their title chances this season are slim as they currently trail log leaders AC Milan by 10 points after 13 games - one match lesser than the San Siro outfit.
Legit.ng earlier reported that former Real Madrid boss Fabio Capello has urged Juventus to trade Paulo Dybala for red-got Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.
The 74-year-old tactician won the Serie A title twice during his two-year reign at the Allianz Stadium but they were revoked over match irregularities.
He has, however, urged the Old Lady to forget about re-signing Paul Pogba and focus on luring the Spurs forward away from the Premier League.
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