Paulo Dybala heading for Spain?

By Antoine Rabito on Thursday March 7, 2024
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Reports claim that Paulo Dybala has offered himself to Barcelona, but Fabrizio Romano says the Roma striker is “comfortable” under Daniele De Rossi.

Dybala has a €12 million clause that can be triggered by foreign clubs at the end of the season. Serie A teams can also activate a clause to sign the Argentine striker, but it’s worth 20 million euros to them. Reports in Spain have suggested that Dybala has offered himself to Barcelona, but transfer expert Fabrizio Romano is not aware of any talks between the Catalans and La Joya.
“I don’t really have any concrete news about his future at the moment because it seems he’s feeling good at Roma and has an excellent relationship with the fans there and with manager Daniele De Rossi. It’s quiet for the moment, but as I’ve already reported, he will again have a release clause this summer. The €12 million clause was there in January, but nobody decided to trigger it, so let’s see if it will be different in the summer as he could be a fantastic option for many clubs. It’s important to note that Italian clubs can trigger Dybala’s release clause, but in that case Roma would have the final say on the move, whereas if it’s triggered by clubs in the Premier League, La Liga… then Dybala would have the final decision,” Romano told Caught Offside. Dybala’s contract at the Stadio Olimpico runs until June 2025. He has scored 13 goals and provided seven assists in 26 appearances in all competitions this season. Today, he will start in the Giallorossi attack alongside Romelu Lukaku in the first leg of the Europa League Round of 16 tie against Roberto De Zerbi’s Brighton.

Antoine Rabito

Antoine Rabito

Italian soccer fan from France. Everyday, I read the italian newspapers looking for the best informations to share.



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