Tuttosport director Guido Vaciago has commented on the recent revelations that Paulo Dybala wants to sue Juventus for 50m euros.
The club still owes him around 3m euros, but reports yesterday claim if the black and whites miss the April deadline to pay him, he could sue them for even more money.
However, Vaciago has clarified the situation after the Argentinian came under serious attack online from Juventus’ fans.
He says via Tuttomercatoweb:
“A little’ of clarity, first of all. Paulo Dybala and his lawyers will not ask Juventus for 50 million. And, at the moment, they have not filed any lawsuits with the club which, according to the 2021 agreement, framed in the so-called salary maneuver, should still pay him about three million euros. It is plausible to think that they will be paid, even if the parties are silent. In fact, we have discovered all these events and continue to discover them from the keyhole.”
Juve FC Says
Dybala had a beautiful spell at Juventus and we were mainly sad that the club allowed him to leave as a free agent.
He is still on the good books of most Bianconeri fans, but he has to come out and clarify this news. If he keeps quiet, it would seem he truly is in on it.
The attacker is enjoying his spell at AS Roma now and Juve will certainly pay him his 3m euros, but if he sues for 50m euros, it could tarnish his image at the club.
For now, he can still return to Turin and receive a hero’s welcome, but if this case is genuine, that will hardly happen and he probably will never come to the club again.
Dybala can do whatever he wants to feel righted . He owes the club nothing. Personally, my opinion of him wearing the Juventus jersey and his accomplishments will not be tarnished or changed because of what goes on off the field. The people who are tarnished are the management team of Agnelli and Arrivabene. These 2 never scored a goal, provided an assist or won a game for Juventus. Giving them credit for the success of the team while putting Juve into the financial crisis, the points deduction and overall bad decisions is a sin. Dybala wore the #21 and #10 with class and dignity on the field. That’s what I remember of him.
I totally agree with you John, is the BIG JOKERS who run the club in that mess, he can do whatever he wants, I could not believe football administration’s in Italy could be so FOOLISH to treat Dabyla like that, they complain about his fitness but yet pay so much for Phoba, what is he gaving back to the club since his return?
Whoever let Dybala go should be hung from the Mole Antonelliana and let pigeons do the rest….