After failing to reach an agreement on a new contract, Paulo Dybala will become a free agent this summer; his present contract lapses after the season, as reported by SkySports.
Manchester United and Tottenham have both been interested in signing Dybala in the past. Dybala’s current contract with the Turin club expires this summer, but the 28-year-old would not renew it. It comes after his agent met with team representatives on Monday for about two hours to discuss the Argentina international’s future beyond this season.
Following interest from different teams in past transfer windows, notably Manchester United and Tottenham in 2019, Dybala has been in contract talks for some time. However, his seven-year tenure at Juventus appears to be coming to an end this summer.
Since joining Juve from Palermo in June 2015, Dybala has achieved five Serie A titles and four Coppa Italia trophies. He’s been hampered by injuries this season, but he began his first match in over a month on Sunday, scoring the first goal in a 2-0 win over Salernitana at home. Dybala has netted 13 goals in 29 games in all competitions this season.