The Argentine’s contract is up this summer as talks with Juventus over an extension continue to stall. Maurizio Arrivabene, CEO of Juventus, said before the Champion’s league match against Villareal, “Dybala? We said at the end of February we would deal with renewals. It’s a shame Dybala is out with an injury. We’re looking ahead and as well as Dybala we’ll have to discuss the other renewals. Is there optimism? Renewals are agreed by two.” What seems like a cryptic message that one side or the other has not agreed to the renewal, La Joya is free to negotiate with any club.
FC Barcelona is interested to sign the 28-year-old on a free transfer this summer as they look to continue their spree of signing free agents. Rumors also say that Tottenham Hotspurs, Inter Milan, and Manchester City are interested in signing Dybala this summer. If there is no agreement between the club and the player, this will be his final season with the Bianconeri.
Dybala was injured again against Torino last Friday which will leave him sidelined for at least 10 days. He is currently the top scorer for Juventus in Serie A and the Champions League with 7 and 3 goals respectively. The contract renewal saga with Juventus has been going on for over a year now and is coming to the final stages of the season. Either Dybala renews or he walks for free this summer.