Juventus are not said to be worried about the possibility of losing Paulo Dybala on a free transfer this summer.
La Gazzetta dello Sport claim that Dybala’s future is now looking increasingly far away from Juventus and his future is in considerable doubt. Juventus did postpone the meeting with his agent last week but the parties are expected to meet again during the upcoming international break.
Juve’s new offer will not exceed €7 million per season, which is much less than the initial offer which was agreed back in 2021.
Dybala is no longer at the centre of the project at Juve, as that tag is now reserved for Dusan Vlahovic, with Alvaro Morata also expected to be signed permanently. As things stand, Juve do not seem worried about losing Dybala for free in the summer.