Serie A side Juventus are now set to hold a fourth meeting to potentially extend Paulo Dybala’s contract at the club.
La Gazzetta dello Sport claim that a meeting involving Jorge Antun and Juventus will take place before the weekend and there is equal willingness in both parties to get the deal done soon. The club are offering €8 million currently, with bonuses of €2 million.
But the point of debate is the length of the deal. Juve are handing him a four-year deal while the player’s entourage want an extra year plus the guarantee of a double figure wage.
The feeling is that the white smoke will emerge soon, with now there more wages with the club because of Cristiano Ronaldo’s exit.