La Gazzetta dello Sport: Zaniolo first name to replace Juventus’ Dybala

Argentinian attacker Paulo Dybala is nearing an exit from the Bianconeri as recent reports claim that any negotiations between the player and Juve over a contract renewal have come to a halt.

After seven years in Turin, the attacker is set to leave as a free agent this coming summer with several big European clubs tracking him, including Inter and Bayern Munich.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus consider Roma’s Nicolo Zaniolo the primary candidate to replace Dybala.

Juve’s interest in the 22-year-old is well known by now, with several reports claiming that the player’s agent had been in contact with Agnelli’s club earlier in January.

Roma have stated numerous times that they intend to resume negotiations over a contract extension until 2027 once the season comes to an end.

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