Paulo Dybala set to have low release clause at Roma

Argentine star Paulo Dybala is set to have a low release clause in his contract at Roma.

While Dybala seemed close to joining Inter at one point, the Argentine is now set to join Roma on a three-year deal as he signs on a free transfer with the Giallorossi.

La Gazzetta dello Sport though, have talked about a low release clause in La Joya contract at Roma. It is stated that Roma’s negotiations and Jose Mourinho’s conversations relied on having a low clause being inserted in Dybala’s contract at the club and it stands at around €20 million.

Roma had initially tried to keep a release at €30 million but after negotiations, parties made sure that the clause stood at between €20 million and €25 million. All the details of the clause and the contract are being finalised, as the player continues to undergo a medical with the club in Portugal.


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