Roma star Paulo Dybala has not one but two release clauses in his current contract.
While La Joya had spoken about the release clause yesterday in a press conference, Gianluca di Marzio has reported that there are actually a couple of clauses in the contract. One clause applies for Italian clubs and one clause applies for clubs abroad.
The release clause for clubs in Italy is set for €20 million, but the clause for foreign clubs is set at €12 million. Roma can cancel the exercise of these clauses by increasing the player’s salary from €3.8 million euros plus bonuses (Dybala’s current salary) to €6 million.
However, in the event that the Giallorossi decide not to increase the salary of the Argentine and therefore let him go to the club that intends to pay the clause, Roma would collect 80% of the €20 million while 20% would go to the player. The last word belongs, therefore, to the capital club.
Kaustubh Pnadey | GIFN