Roma attacker Paulo Dybala continues to prove his worth and importance to Jose Mourinho’s team as the Giallorossi climb in Serie A standings and advance to the next round of Europa League knockouts.
The Argentine international is now reportedly close to having his contract with Roma extended until 2025.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, this will serve to eliminate the release clause that is presently in his contract, enabling Roma to negotiate with any club that shows interest in the ex-Juve man.
With the new extension, Dybala will earn around €6 million; an improvement over the current €4.5 million.
Moreover, the extension will give Roma more guarantees for Dybala’s stay regardless of whether Jose Mourinho will decide to leave the Italian capital at the end of the season.