Juventus are optimistic that their superstar forward will soon sign a new contract by the end of this season
Juventus have started the season on an average note as Andrea Pirlo‘s side have only managed to secure eight points in their first four games of the Serie A. The Bianconeri have won two games and have drawn twice at the very inception of their league campaign. The Italian champions have already dropped points as they had ordinary outings against sides like AS Roma and Crotone.
The Old Lady did manage to bring in fresh faces in the summer transfer window as some of their latest arrivals include the likes of Arthur Melo, Weston Mckennie, Federico Chiesa, and Alvaro Morata. The Turin based club also bid farewell to some of their star members as a part of a clearout process.
The Italian supergiants have had the good fortune in possessing one of the brightest talents of European football as the club has had the services of Paulo Dybala at their disposal. The former Palermo man has been outstanding since he arrived in the summer of 2015 and his stint at the Juventus Stadium has earned him the title of “La Joya” translates to (“The Jewel”) for his creative style of play and technique.
The Argentine forward has attracted a lot of clubs in the past couple of years as there have been speculations regarding the Juve star being linked with moves to top teams like Manchester United and Tottenham. The Red Devils have been regularly enquiring about the availability of the talented forward and were willing to pay a hefty fee to secure the services of the 26-year-old.
However, the Bianconeri have managed to ward off interest from the top clubs and have been able to retain the presence of the world-class forward. At present, the former Palermo man has a contract with the Italian outfit until the summer of 2022 but reports developments suggest that the Old Lady is keen to offer a new deal to the forward.
Juventus are confident that the Argentine will sign a new contract with the club which will extend his stay beyond the summer of 2022. Andrea Pirlo’s side has a series of important fixtures heading their way as they face Dynamo Kyiv in the Champions League opener followed by Verona and later ending the month with the much-awaited clash against Barcelona.
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