Paulo Dybala is moving increasingly away from Juventus, with the club close to sealing the deal for striker Dusan Vlahovic.
Sky Italia have talked about how Juve have been able to make an investment as big as the Vlahovic one and they state that a key answer lies in the capital increase done by the Bianconeri pre-Christmas, as they got €366.9 million from it. About €80 million of that money has been used for the Vlahovic move and that was part of the plan from the club.
Even though Vlahovic’s wage isn’t too much, it would force Juve to work on a zero balance basis and they would have to sell to buy in the summer.
The other reflections made by the club include the decisions around Dybala and Morata. It is already decided that Morata’s loan will not be turned into a permanent move and that is also why contract talks for Dybala are now at a stalemate.
The outlet claim that as things stand, it can be assumed that Dybala won’t be playing for the club from the next season onwards because Juve have dedicated those funds towards Vlahovic. If some other sales are made, only then Dybala can be signed on a new deal.