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“A mistake on both sides,” Former Juventus man comments on the Dybala contract issue

January 21, 2022 - 3:30 pm

Former Juventus star, Marco Tardelli has added his voice to the ongoing contract standoff between Paulo Dybala and Juventus.

The Argentinian and the Bianconeri have been in talks over a new deal for the former Palermo man.

However, both parties cannot reach an agreement and the attacker seemed to send a message to the club after scoring a goal in a recent game.

The situation is not putting both parties in a pleasant light and Tardelli says they have both committed mistakes in this saga.

He tells La Stampa as quoted by Il Bianconero: “The Dybala case does not help. 

“A mistake on both sides that could cost dearly to a group that is struggling to find each other. 

“We do not want to know which side is the reason, but the recent events have not favored the possibility of an agreement.”

Juve FC Says

Dybala and Juventus are trying to get a good deal for themselves individually, but this leaves us with little hope that he would stay.

The attacker remains a key member of Max Allegri’s squad and still has a lot to offer to the club.

His fitness has fluctuated this season, but he delivers when he is fit, and that should be enough reasons to keep him.

But we also should not pay over the odds for a player who would be 29 next year and is already approaching the twilight years of his career.

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    Mateo January 21, 2022 at 3:39 pm

    In my own opinion…Dybala should remain Juventus captain as long as chiellini & bonnuci are not around and aging than the later… Paulo is Juventus future captain I also wonder why contract issues…

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    Dipchan January 22, 2022 at 12:17 pm

    Dybala’s contract has to be renewed full stop. Alongside Chiesa, Dybala os our best player. No one knows how Federico will come back after surgery. This article spoke about paying over the odds for a 29 years old, we are not buying Dybala, we already have him and letting him go will be a huge mistake. Paying over the odds was when we paid $100 million for a certain number 7 that depressed the team.