Paulo Dybala knows what to do to secure new Roma deal

Andy Mattioli

Roma attacker Paulo Dybala is yet to address his long-term future in the Italian capital.

The Argentine forward got off to a slow start this marked with injuries and some underwhelming performances – collecting only 2 goals and 3 assists to his name so far.

In his new partnership with striker Romelu Lukaku, Dybala has been mostly unable to contribute meaningfully to Roma’s attack.

Moreover, talks over a new contract have stalled between Roma and Dybala’s agents. His current contract is set to expire in 2025.

According to Corriere dello Sport, the player, however, is not too concerned about this situation.

Dybala is fully aware that a lot will depend on his own performances and contribution to Roma’s campaign including their final objective of qualifying for the Champions League.

Thus, the ex-Juve man knows that in order to have a future in the capital that greeted him and supported him with such warmth, he must elevate the quality of play.

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