Manchester United, as well as Barcelona, have been heavily linked with a transfer move for Paulo Dybala.
However, it looks the 27-year-old is going to stay at Juventus as club president Andrea Agnelli confirmed that he has been offered a bumper new contract.
Agnelli even said that the Serie A giants view the talented forward as the future captain of the club.
He told Tuttosport: “I’ve heard the statements, it’s part of my job.
“The good news is the goal [he scored]. Paulo had a difficult time after contracting Covid.
“I heard with great pleasure his love for Juventus. The love is reciprocated.
“We see him as the captain of the future.
“I know he has already received a proposal that would put him among the top 20 best-paid players in Europe.
“We’re looking forward to his response.”
Dybala started his career with Instituto de Cordoba before moving to Italian side Palermo in 2012.
His impressive performances in the Serie A landed him a move to Juventus in a €32million deal in the summer of 2015, and since joining the Turin based side, the Argentine has clocked up 240 appearances in all competitions, scoring 97 goals and creating 38 assists.
He has also swelled his trophy cabinet in Italy, which includes five Serie A titles, three Coppa Italia and two Supercoppa Italiana. The forward also won the Most Valuable Player award for the 2019-20 season.
The Argentina international was struggling to score this season, however, he recently ended his goal drought by striking in the 3-1 victory against Genoa last weekend.
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