Roma are at work to extend Paulo Dybala’s contract with the club.
The Argentine forward is in talks to extend his stay in the Italian capital until 2026 with the option for an additional year.
According to today’s edition of Tuttosport, General Manager Tiago Pinto and José Mourinho are optimistic about his stay and an agreement is being worked on in these upcoming days.
Currently, Dybala receives €4.2 million plus bonuses, which brings the total to around €6 million euros. The new agreement would consist of an increase in the fixed portion to €6.5 million plus around €1 million in bonuses for achieving personal and team goals.
The club are expected to meet with Dybala’s entourage in October to finalize an agreement.