Italia striker Paulo Dybala is being kept in Italy’s elite for the future
Italia star Paulo Dybrada is set to sign a new deal with Juventus, but he has been given a contract that will be extended to 2019, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
The 27-year-old, who is currently in the process of a transfer to Juventus, has been a mainstay at the club for three years, and has won Serie A and Coppa Italia honours with the Serie A champions.
Dybala, who has made more than 200 appearances for Juventus, was the subject of interest from other clubs but the Nerazzurri are still interested.
In order to secure Dybada’s services, Juventus will have to pay a hefty sum to buy him.
The Nerazzurs have to spend €50m on the forward in order to sign him, which means that they are already the second highest spenders in the Serie B.
Juventus will also have to stump up another €30m to sign the defender Mario Mandzukic, with the Bosnian signing for around €20m.
Juve are also interested in the striker Carlos Tevez, but will have a difficult time in keeping hold of the Argentinean.