Juventus and Paulo Dybala are hoping to find an agreement for a new contract within the next few weeks, chief football official Fabio Paratici has confirmed. The director confirmed that the two parties have been talking about a new contract for weeks, with the Argentinian forward planning to extend his stay in Turin.
“We often speak with his entourage and we are moving forward, despite all the difficulties related to the commitments and the movement due to the games that are played every three days,” he told Sky Sports Italia. “Even in this period, we are talking quite frequently and we are well advanced.”
Dybala was linked with a move away from Juventus at the start of the season and was reportedly close to a move to the Premier League. He decided to stay in Turin and with 17 goals and 14 assists in 45 appearances that decision has paid off. Juventus clinched the Serie A title on Sunday by beating Sampdoria 2-0.