Roma ready to open talks with Dybala to extend contract

Andy Mattioli

Roma are reportedly eyeing a new deal for star attacker Paulo Dybala.

The Argentine continues to prove his importance to the team; most recently he did so by scoring a hat-trick and leading Roma past Torino.

Dybala’s contract with the club is set to expire in 2025 and his future remains uncertain as Roma – still without a new sporting director – are yet to address their long-term plans.

However, according to Italian journalist Nicolo Schira, the capital club’s willingness remains extending the player’s deal and eliminating the current release clause which will be reactivated in the summer; it is worth €12 million and is valid for clubs outside of Italy.

Roma are planning to open talks with Dybala’s entourage in the coming months to assess the possibility of a contract extension.

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