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Sport Dybala and Juventus still sticking

17:00  31 october  2020
17:00  31 october  2020 Source:   football365.fr

Pirlo: Dybala was angry he didn't play against Crotone

  Pirlo: Dybala was angry he didn't play against Crotone The Argentine attacker has not featured for the Serie A champions so far this season but he could make an appearance in the Champions League this weekArgentina forward Dybala has yet to feature in Serie A this season, although he was named in the XI for the side to face Napoli in a match that never took place when their opponents were unable to fulfil the fixture due to travel issues caused by coronavirus restrictions.

Juventus officials are struggling to come to an agreement with Paulo Dybala and his clan for a contract extension.

Dybala et la Vieille Dame pourraient se mesurer à l'OL le 8 août prochain, à Turin. © Supplied by Football 365 Dybala and the Old Lady could compete against OL on August 8, in Turin. The file of the contract extension of Paulo Dybala begins to drag on the side of Juventus. While it was believed that the two sides had drawn closer recently and that an agreement was nearing completion, it seems that the deadlock is still in place. According to the Calcio Mercato site, Old Lady's decision-makers are unwilling to match the salary demands of their Argentine striker. Dybala has no shortage of solicitations Dybala, whose current contract expires in 2022, requires an annual remuneration of around € 15 million. However, its decision-makers offer it only 10M €. The gap is substantial, and nothing suggests that it can be bridged as each side is in its position. A separation at the end of the current financial year cannot therefore be ruled out. La Joya still has a lot of courtiers on the England side.

Pirlo defends Dybala's attitude after Juventus draw .
Juventus head coach Andrea Pirlo defended Paulo Dybala after drawing with Lazio.Dybala came off the bench as Juve were pegged back late in a 1-1 Serie A draw at the Stadio Olimpico on Sunday.

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