Juventus have still not offered a new contract to star forward Paulo Dybala as his future with the club still remains uncertain. His current contract will expire in the summer of 2022 and several clubs around Europe are monitoring the situation as the Argentinian forward could be up for sale if he fails to sign a new contract before the end of the season.
The Italians had confirmed earlier that they would be sitting down with Dybala and his representatives after the 2019-20 season but CalcioMercato reports that the talks are yet to start. This has made the forward uncertain of his future with the club and he could decide to push for a transfer if a new offer doesn’t come in soon.
Dybala has been linked with a move away from Juventus before and he was close to joining Manchester United in the summer of 2019. A move was close but it was canceled at the final moments. He then established himself as first-team player under Maurizio Sarri and he is looking to continue his form under new boss Andrea Pirlo.