Roma are at work to extend Paulo Dybala’s contract which currently in 2025.
The Giallorossi want to extend his deal for an additional year until 2026, but in order to do so they will also have to eliminate the release clause included in his contract which is valid for Italy and abroad.
According to calciomercato.com, both club and player share a mutual intention to extend their time together and therefore eliminate the release clause which may pose as a threat in the summer window.
The current release clause is worth €20 million. Roma consider Dybala a crucial player for their long-term plans and will therefore do anything they can do satisfy his demands and keep him at least until 2026. As a result, the Giallorossi plan to hold talks with Dybala’s entourage in the coming weeks.