Juventus are not going to discuss new contracts with their players until late in February as they look to take stock of their economic situation, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media.
As has been reported by Sky Sport, via FCInternews, there has been constant talk all day about the fact that Paulo Dybala will be out of contract with Juventus in the summer and could end up moving to Inter on a free transfer.
It seems that this news has not forced Juventus to start immediately holding further contract talks with the Argentine forward. The Bianconeri are continuing to wait and evaluate both their economic and sporting position before proceeding with negotiations.
Other than his own possible desire to negotiate with his current club, there is nothing to stop Paulo Dybala from discussing terms for a contract with Inter should he decide he would like to join the Nerazzurri.