Paulo Dybala reflects on future plans as Saudi links continue

Andy Mattioli

Roma star Paulo Dybala is said to be reflecting on his future plans.

The Argentine is being heavily linked with the possibility of a new deal at Roma.

However, his physical inconsistency seems to be enough of a reason for Roma to tread discussions over a new contract carefully.

According to Corriere dello Sport, the 31-year-old – despite being a key player in Daniele De Rossi’s hierarchy – does not offer too many guarantees as the season winds to an end.

Dybala is nursing an injury that has forced him to miss the two most important games of Roma’s season, namely with Bayer Leverkusen and Atalanta on the weekend.

The newspaper reports that Dybala himself is unsure of whether he’ll risk coming back for Roma’s last two games of the season with Genoa and Empoli – the attacker is hoping to improve his own condition ahead of Argentina’s Copa America involvement.

In the meantime, Saudi Arabia is still deemed a possible destination for him in the summer – Dybala’s release clause of €12 million is still active and valid for foreign clubs.

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