Dybala ready to consider Roma exit in case of missed Champions League qualification

Andy Mattioli

The latest report by La Gazzetta dello Sport suggests Paulo Dybala would be ready to ponder a departure from the Italian capital this summer.

Despite an excellent rapport with Daniele De Rossi and the club, Paulo Dybala’s future at Roma is strongly linked to the team’s Champions League qualification.

Following the defeat to Atalanta, the chances of seeing Roma back in Champions League have gone down drastically.

Thus, the newspaper claims that if the Giallorossi were to once again miss out on Champions League football, Dybala will consider seeking the last big contract of his career elsewhere.

The Argentine could turn to the Saudi Pro League where he’s garnered a lot of interest in the past year.

Dybala’s release clause of €12 million (applicable for clubs outside of Italy) is valid until the end of July.

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