Roma plot swoop for Matías Soulé in case of Dybala’s departure

Andy Mattioli

Roma are reportedly lining up Matías Soulé as a potential heir to Paulo Dybala.

In recent weeks, much has been said about Paulo Dybala’s future which remains uncertain as the Argentine forward is yet to commit to his final contractual year with Roma.

Dybala’s release clause, which remains valid for clubs outside of Italy until the end of July, has prompted Roma to take precautions in case of his departure.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Roma have manifested concrete interest in Frosinone’s Matías Soulé who is on loan from Juventus until the end of the season.

The young Argentine played 38 matches between Serie A and the Italian Cup, managing to score 11 goals and providing 3 assists for his teammates. To sell him, however, Juventus is asking for a very high sum.

Regardless of Dybala’s future and who could take his place, for the right wing the certainty is the permanence of Tommaso Baldanzi. After the first months of settling in, in the next season the former Empoli player will have more and more space within De Rossi’s rotations.

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