If Roma qualify for the UEFA Champions League this season, Paulo Dybala would be highly likely to stay at the club beyond this season.
Dybala has been supremely effective for the Giallorossi this season and he has been involved in a majority of goals for them in the campaign so far.
La Gazzetta dello Sport state that while there is a release clause worth €12 million in his current deal and it applies for clubs abroad and that is quite cheap for them, there seems like a high possibility that the Giallorossi’s return to the Champions League will keep La Joya at the club for a longer time.
Jorge Antun is set to hold talks with the club about La Joya’s future soon and if Roma do qualify for the Champions League, Dybala’s new deal will see him earn a higher amount than the current one. The report mentions interest from Real Madrid and Dybala has always had a fascination for the Blancos but it all comes down to Roma’s finish this season.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN