The novel is about to come to an end. After several months of negotiations, both parties refined the numbers and everything indicates that the renewal of Paulo Dybala’s contract with Juventus will be officially announced shortly, whose current relationship expires in June 2022.
The Argentine footballer, after leaving behind a season plagued with injuries, added to the sudden departure of Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United, regained his status as the undisputed leader within Vecchia Signora. With the captain’s armband, the forward is the main star of the team led by Massimiliano Allegri.
According to Calciomercato, the new contract will run until 2026 and the Laguna Larga native will receive 9.5 million euros net per season (the current amount is around 7). In addition, these numbers could be increased up to 4 million more than the European currency if it meets certain objectives.
Thanks to this rubric, the Jewel will become the highest paid in all of Serie A, surpassing his teammate Mathias de Light, who receives 8 million per year. The podium is completed by the Danish Christian Eriksen, with 7.5 million.
Among the other top contracts of the Italian contest are Zlatan Ibrahimovic (7), Aaron Ramsery (7), Adrien Rabiot (7), Alexis Sánchez (7), Wojciech Szczęsny (6.5), Leonardo Bonucci (6.5), Arturo Vidal (6.5) , Kalidou Koulibaly (6) and Alex Sandro (6).
Dybala, who missed some games due to a muscle injury, became one of the main references of the Turin cast since his arrival in 2015 from Palermo. In the current season he has played 10 games, in which he scored 6 goals and provided 4 assists.
His performances were key for Juve to secure a ticket to the Champions League round of 16 this week, leading Group H, where they share a zone with the reigning champions Chelsea, Zenit and Malmo. In the 4-2 victory over the Russians as a visitor, he gave a display of all his talent, contributing two goals and passing a goal.
With these two conquests, the Córdoba player reached 106 shouts with the Italian team’s shirt, surpassing the French Michel Platini, who in five seasons had converted 104. In this way he was also within reach of getting into the historical Top 10 of maximum gunners in the league. institution, where the presence of two Argentines stand out: David Trezeguet (fourth, with 171) and Omar Sívori (fifth, with 167).
However, it is worth noting that Juventus’ journey in Serie A is far from being what was expected. La Vecchia Signora, after 11 presentations, was only able to harvest 15 units, which places it in eleventh position, 16 behind the leaders Milan and Napoli. In this way, today it is outside the positions that grant tickets to international competitions. (Infobae)