Dybala ponders Roma exit in summer with Baldanzi ready to replace him

Andy Mattioli

Paulo Dybala’s future in the Italian capital is increasingly uncertain after the club failed to offer him a new deal.

With his contract set to expire in 2025, Dybala may decide to anticipate his departure from the Italian capital, reports La Repubblica.

Roma, on the other hand, are still waiting for Dybala’s output and performances to improve throughout this season.

However, by signing Tommaso Baldanzi from Empoli, the Giallorossi are said to be looking at the future and relying on the 20-year-old to eventually replace Dybala in the club’s long-term plans.

Once again, the newspaper highlights the fact that Roma may be preparing a major revolution this summer.