Sport Report: Paulo Dybala wants to stay at Juventus despite contract stalemate
Report: Paulo Dybala wants to stay at Juventus despite contract stalemate
Well, well, well.
As much as the on-field state ofis a complete uncertainty from game to game entering the final month of the 2021 season (and so many months before that), the same can be said about what is going to follow over the course of the summer . So many players are up in the air when it comes to being a part of Juve’s 2021-22 roster, with big names aplenty included on that list.
It’s no secret that Paulo Dybala is one of those players who could stay or could go depending on what happens this summer.
Even with all of that being said: Dybala wants to stay right where he is.
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When the final four games of the andata arrived in mid-January, it was looked at as the chance for Juventus to both shake off their inconsistent ways while also getting back into the Scudetto race against two of its closest rivals. Back then, in the early days of the 2021 calendar year, Juve were still considered title contenders, with over half a season worth of games left and plenty of points still up for grabs. As we sit here in the earlyAs we sit here in the early days of May with the season only having four games left, this same stretch where Juventus once thought it could get back into the Scudetto race has turned into one where their European hopes hang in the balance.
Despite a contract dispute that has lasted over a year and the potential to be sold this summer, Dybala has made it clear that he wants to stay at Juventus,, and continue at the club he’s been at since 2015. The basis of Tuttosport’s report is that the issues that is believed to be involving Dybala — who has a contract with Juventus until the summer of 2022 — are ones that he is very well fine with overlooking at the moment. It doesn’t matter if it is the lack of a new contract or if his starting spot under Andrea Pirlo is no longer guaranteed or that a potential with Max Allegri is something that will happen this summer, the most important thing for Juve’s No. 10 is staying in Turin.
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Obviously so much talk surrounding Dybala these days is about the contract extension that hasn’t arrived and what might happen because of it. We know that Juventus and Dybala’s representatives aren’t exactly speaking regularly at this point. Or at least that’s what we’ve been told by Dybala’s agent in recent weeks. And if that’s still the case then it’s just another wrinkle to a contract saga that looked like it would be pretty much done and wrapped up come the final weeks of spring last year.
But, if Tuttosport’s report is to be believed and Dybala doesn’t end up signing a contract extension over the summer, then it could very well be a case of him betting on himself in the same way that he did last season when Juve tried to sell him to Manchester United and Tottenham before he put his foot down and decided to stay in Turin. With so much inactivity on a contract extension front, it seems rather clear from the outside looking in that Juventus aren’t willing to meet Dybala’s demands, and either he will have to readjust the big salary he’s asking for that would make him the club’s second-highest earner behind Cristiano Ronaldo or enter the 2021-22 season without a new deal.
This is obviously a move that Dybala has played before and has worked out in his favor. But those circumstances — both with the team’s roster as well as financial constraints — were a lot different than where we find ourselves two years later. Plus the whole fact that Dybala is about to finish up a season to absolutely forget where he’s struggled to stay healthy and only started all of 11 Serie A games.
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And why on earth is a Milan site writing about this? Well, keep scrolling to find out.After all, it was how Vero Boquete was able to sign for AC Milan in the fall of 2020. While most other leagues were closed and their transfer windows didn’t open until January, Serie A Femminile’s non-binding contracts meant that players could sign for any team in the league. And Vero did just that with Milan.