Rumour Has It: Dybala to become Juventus' second highest paid player
Created : 15 July 2020
Juventus forward Paulo Dybala.
Paulo Dybala is set to become Juventus' second highest paid player, while Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) are reportedly targeting Marcus Rashford.
Dybala was linked with a move away from the Serie A club last year but ended up staying and is enjoying a fine season in Turin.
Now, the Argentina international is set to be rewarded.
TOP STORY – DYBALA TO BECOME JUVE'S SECOND HIGHEST PAID PLAYER
Coming out of contract in 2022,Dybala is close to extending his contract atJuventus until 2025, according to Tuttosport.
The playmaker will become Juve's second highest paid player behind only star forward Cristiano Ronaldo.
Dybala has scored 17 goals and provided eight assists in 41 games in all competitions this season.
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- Staying in Paris and talk about Neymar's future continues. Mundo Deportivo says Neymar still wants a return to Barcelona, who are reportedly set to raise funds by selling numerous players. Sport says they are prepared to sell Samuel Umtiti amid interest from Lazio, Napoli, Roma, and Torino.
-Jan Vertonghen is coming out of contract at Tottenham and appears set to leave the club. The Telegraph reports the defender has emerged as a target for Manchester City.
- Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma's contract expires in 2021. CalcioMercato reports renewing the shot-stopper's deal is becoming a priority for Milan, who are set to extend his contract until 2023.
- Former Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic, 34, is a free agent after leaving Qatari club Al-Duhail. According to CalcioMercato, Interare yet to make a strong move for the Croatian amid reported interest.
- As they look to raise funds, Manchester United are open to selling six players. The Telegraph reports Alexis Sanchez, Chris Smalling, Marcos Rojo, Phil Jones, Jesse Lingard, and Diogo Dalot are considered dispensable.
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