After the arrival of the player’s agent to Italy, Juventus are set to open up the negotiations regarding Paulo Dybala’s contract renewal.

Jorge Antun is currently spending his quarantine period following his trip to the peninsula, but he should be free to meet the club’s directors starting the 4th of August.

After failing to agree terms last season, things seem to be much more optimistic this summer, with both parties hoping to find an agreement. La Joya’s contract expires next summer, but he apparently wishes to remain in Turin for years to come.

According to ilBianconero, the management is still proposing a contract worth 10 million euros per season as net wages, but the player’s entourage could ask for a figure closer to 12 millions.

Amidst the current financial difficulties, the Bianconeri are unlikely to raise their proposal any further, but they can work their way around this obstacle.

The report believes that Dybala’s agent will agree on the proposed figure, if a release clause is added to the new contract.

The buyout clause would be between 40 and 50 millions, meaning that the Argentine would be able to free himself from his contract with Juventus if the club receives an offer that matches the clause’s value.

Whilst the last scenario is far from ideal, it remains to be seen whether the club would give their consent to such demand.