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Juventus chief offers worrying update on Paulo Dybala’s future

Juventus forward Paulo Dybala’s future has become the subject of speculation, with his contract expiring this summer.

The Old Lady are still far apart in negotiations regarding a new deal, as they are unwilling to accept Dybala’s demand of €7 million per season.

While Juve have planned for further talks, there is fear that the Argentine forward could walk out the door on a free transfer this summer.

Amid the speculations, Juve president Pavel Nedved has provided an update on Dybala’s future, stating that the Italian giants are not worried about losing the Argentine talisman for free.

Nedved also added that there are four more players who will be out of contract in the summer. The Old Lady will be holding talks with them later this season.

Nedved said (h/t Fabrizio Romano): “We’re not worried about losing Dybala on a free transfer.

“We’ve five players out of contract in June – and we decided to discuss their contracts later this year, and they’ve accepted.”

Dybala’s situation has caught the attention of European heavyweights like Barcelona and Inter Milan, with the latter looking keen on his free transfer.

Inter have reportedly tabled a new five year deal with a salary of €7.5 million plus bonuses for the former Palermo star to lure him to San Siro.

The 28-year-old has been impressive for the Bianconeri so far this season, netting 12 goals and six assists in all competitions.

He recently saw his side crash out of the Champions League after a 3-0 defeat against Villarreal in the second leg of the round of 16.

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