Locking Paulo Dybala into a new agreement has turn out to be just one of Juventus’ summer season priorities. This may come as a shock viewing as the two sides, Juve and Dybala’s agent, didn’t talk for so extensive. But, with Max Allegri’s arrival back at the club, the silence amongst Juventus and their No. 10’s illustration didn’t extend into yet another time immediately after points have been so peaceful for so lots of months.
Jorge Antun is out of required quarantine and has previously held just one assembly with Juventus. On Wednesday, that second assembly took put, with Antun rolling up to Continassa to hold talks with Juventus’ front office.
And by all accounts, it is going rather well.
In accordance to Romeo Agresti of Objective Italia, Juventus’ talks with Dybala’s agent, Jorge Antun, are “proceeding extremely effectively.” Now, we naturally really don’t know just how very well considering that we are not sitting there next to Antun or Federico Cherubini and Maurizio Arrivabene — at a secure distance, of class, because this is nonetheless a pandemic — but the actuality that there seems to be a standard feeling coming out of these conferences that a offer will really get accomplished is something we have not listened to for months, if not more than a calendar year when stories early past summer made us feel a deal was in fact accomplished.
According to Sky Italia, Juventus has proposed a contract extension as a result of 2025 with the option for a different year and and an once-a-year salary of €8 million. (Which, as you may possibly keep in mind, is decreased than the €10 million determine we listened to about again in the beginning of the calendar yr.)
— Romeo Agresti (@romeoagresti) August 11, 2021
If only Juventus and Sassuolo satisfied with this kind of frequency to focus on the offer for Manuel Locatelli, right? It’s possible we’d have a deal by now. (Not that I’m receiving impatient or everything like that.)
Together with Agresti, Sky also reported that Juventus and Antun will fulfill yet again this weekend, which gives you a indication that points progressing and that a offer could quite well materialize in the rather immediate foreseeable future. (I personally love how Sky explained the hour-extended conference: “It was a cordial appointment that will have a sequel.” Which is just so Italian.)
Dybala — who returned to education previously this weekend and must be available for this weekend’s helpful towards Atalanta in Turin — is by now just one of Juventus’ prime earners with an once-a-year income of all over €7.5 million a time. If this €8 million give does finish up staying close to what the two sides agree upon, it’s a signal that Dybala’s agent and the participant himself are willing to get the job done with Juventus to test and attain a offer a lot more than in the past.
Either way, receiving this enormous piece of the summertime agenda carried out and out of the way would be a large raise to the start of the Allegri era. And, in convert, hopefully getting a new deal is the thing that will get Dybala again to playing like we know he can.