Juventus have reportedly summoned Paulo Dybala’s representatives to meet regarding a possible extension for the Argentine forward.
Dybala has received a lot of criticism for his poor start to the season, but 2019-20’s MVP in Serie A closes in on a new deal with the Old Lady.
La Stampa reports the Bianconeri have scheduled a meeting with Jorge Antun and expect the two parties to discuss the new contract between the end of December and the start of January next year.
The report reveals Dybala asks for more money than Juventus are willing to offer. Dybala’s current deal expires on June 30, 2022.
The 27-year-old moved from Palermo to the Allianz Stadium in July 2015 and has since played 236 games for the Bianconeri, contributing 96 goals and 38 assists.