Dybala’s Roma contract release clause revealed

Andy Mattioli

Details regarding the clause included in Paulo Dybala’s contract have emerged in today’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport.

The newspaper alluded to the infamous clause that had been subject to much speculation following Dybala’s signing with Roma in free agency earlier in the summer.

According to La Gazzetta, there is a €20 million release clause which is valid only abroad. The same fee does not apply to clubs in Italy.

The release clause entails an immediate salary bump in case a foreign club were to make a proposal to the Argentine attacker. The player would be immediately guaranteed over €6 million in wages.

Roma would hold negotiations only if the player were to accept the other club’s proposal.

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