Juventus chief lifts lid on Dybala contract situation, reasons for the Bianconeri not selling McKennie


Dybala has an uncertain future at Juve, claims Paratici

Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici has said that the club is struggling to agree on a new deal with Paulo Dybala due to the current economic situation.

The Argentine has become the centre of discussion after reports emerged that the Old Lady were willing to cash in on him this summer.

Furthermore, Dybala went down the pecking order of Andrea Pirlo this summer, which also added fuel to his transfer speculations.

With the Argentine entering the final year of his contract, Paratici has claimed that Juve are not in a favourable position to offer Dybala fresh terms.

“We talk to his agent every week, but we can’t forget the moment we are all experiencing, even as a company.

“In September, we went back to negativity, and we haven’t gotten out of it yet, we have to be careful with every move we make, and that’s not just for football. 

“Nobody can decide now what to do for the next one, two, three years. We must be very careful.”

“Let’s look at the present because that is more important than the future. He still has a year left on his contract, so we will have him here next season. Dybala is a player who makes the difference.”

Why Juventus will not sell young midfielder McKennie?

Weston McKennie is one of the best things that happened to Juve in a dull-looking season, and yet the Italian had considered selling him if an offer worth €50m would arrive this summer.

However, the former Schalke star’s recent cameo against Genoa, where he scored his sixth goal of the season, appears to have convinced the Bianconeri to keep him for good.

The USMNT international has produced a series of impressive displays this season, and it would be unwise for Juve to let him go this summer.