Juventus have ‘decided to revise their offering’ over a new contract, allowing Paulo Dybala to depart for free this summer.

Paulo Dybala, the Argentine superstar, is expected to leave Juventus this summer after failing to reach an agreement on a new contract with the Italian giants.

Dybala’s current contract in Turin expires at the end of the season, and he had been in talks with the club about extending it. Juventus revised the terms of a proposition they made to the Argentine, and he now appears to be on his way to walking free.

According to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, a verbal agreement was reached in October for the 28-year-old to earn ‘£6.6 million (€8 million) + £1.6 million (€2 million) net pay until 2026,’ but Juventus ‘decided to revise their proposal.’

According to the article, Dybala is dissatisfied with the revised terms provided to him and will now ‘start talks with other teams.’

When asked about Dybala’s future after Sunday’s 2-0 win against Salernitana, Massimiliano Allegri confessed he was unsure if he would stay at the club next season.

‘The rapport with Paulo and all the players is good,’ the Juventus coach told DAZN. There are some disagreements, and I am always direct, but I do so for the benefit of the players, who know they have my trust and admiration.

‘I don’t know whether he will play for Juventus or not; it is a subject for the club to decide.’ We speak with the club frequently; not only Paulo’s contract is expiring, but also Bernardeschi’s, De Sciglio’s, Perin’s, and Cuadrado’s.

‘In these closing weeks of the season, my job is to do well.’ I can analyze players, but there are other factors to consider when it comes to contracts and what the players desire.’

He joined Juventus from Palermo in 2015 and has since played 283 times for the club, scoring a total of 113 goals.

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