Dybala close to signing a new four-year deal with Juventus

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The Bianconeri have reportedly reached an agreement at last to extend Dybala’s contract.

Juventus are set to end Paulo Dybala’s contract saga, as the Argentine is poised to sign a contract extension.

According to 90min, the Old Lady have reached an agreement with Dybala’s agent Jorge Antun over a four-year deal, which will keep him at Turin until 2025.

Juve and Dybala have been locked in negotiations for a while, but an agreement couldn’t be reached.

It also fuelled his exit speculations in the summer, as he had just endured a disappointing season under Andrea Pirlo, getting deprived of playing time.

However, the return of Max Allegri as the new manager changed the scenario as he made it clear that the 27-year-old would be the centre of his project.

Dybala has also made an impactful start to the season, showing everyone that he can be the new leader in the attack following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo.

The former Parma man has racked up 2 goals and 2 goals in 5 Serie A appearances this season and also scored in Juve’s Champions League opener against Malmo.

The report also adds that Dybala would earn up to 10m euros per year in his new contract.

Despite a stuttering start, Allegri’s men have returned to their best after picking up three consecutive league wins. They have made a perfect start to the Champions League, defeating Malmo and Chelsea in their first two games.

Dybala sustained an injury during the game against Sampdoria, which forced him to miss the next two fixtures against Chelsea and Turin. However, he is expected to return to the fold after the international break.