Paulo Dybala’s agent is expected to meet with Juventus on Monday or Tuesday to discuss a new long-term contract.
The current deal only runs to June 2022, so he could become a free agent by the end of this season.
Despite links with clubs including PSG, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Manchester United and Real Madrid, Dybala has always been adamant he wanted to remain in Turin.
According to Sky Sport Italia, Tuttomercatoweb and more, Juventus have also now decided under returning coach Max Allegri that La Joya will remain part of their project.
Agent Jorge Antun is expected to fly into Italy over the weekend, so a meeting is set up with the Juve hierarchy for Monday or Tuesday.
They are set to not only work out an extension, but it is seemingly going to be a long-term contract for the striker who turns 28 in November.
The Argentina international was purchased from Palermo in 2015 for €40m and has scored 100 goals in 254 competitive games for the club, along with 41 assists.
TMW – Juve, tra lunedì e martedì l’incontro con l’agente di Dybala per trattare il rinnovo https://t.co/CqjZyv4Pfn
— TUTTOmercatoWEB (@TuttoMercatoWeb) July 22, 2021