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Roma would like to extend the contract of Paulo Dybala. The world champion is currently linked with the capital club until 2025. The club wants to renegotiate the contract to avoid seeing him leave for another team.
The 29-year-old Argentine striker has ended a seven-year association with the Juventus this summer and joined the Giallorossi on a transfer Free, signing a three-year contract with the club. He has directly contributed 13 goals in 16 games this campaign. As reported by Calciomercato.com, Roma are looking to activate a clause present in Dybala’s existing contract, which would increase his salary and remove his release clause. The Argentine international currently earns 4.2 million euros net per season and this amount would be increased to 6 million euros, enough to automatically remove the release clause in his contract. It is very affordable for clubs outside of Serie A (12 million) and (20 million) for Italian clubs. The Sporting Director of the Louve, Tiago Pinto intends to remove this release clause with a contract extension for the Joya. It remains to be seen whether other suitors will get in the way of negotiations.
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