Roma to eliminate release clause from Dybala’s contract

Andy Mattioli

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 La Gazzetta dello Sport, Dybala currently earns around €4.5 million plus bonuses which can reach up to €6 million.

To eliminate the release clause, Roma must increase his salary to €6 million net by decreasing the bonuses.

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