Inter-linked Juventus forward Paulo Dybala is growing increasingly frustrated with his treatment at his current club and the fact that he has not yet been offered a contract extension.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the 28-year-old feels unsettled and unappreciated as he considers his future with contract talks are set to begin.
Juventus had been ready to offer Dybala a new contract worth a net of €8 million per seasons plus €2 million in add-ons, but the Bianconeri appear to be less ready to immediately agree on this amount now.
The Argentine is unhappy at this development, and this is not the first time that he has felt that the Bianconeri have not been keen to make him the central piece of their project.
Dybala had looked close to a move to Tottenham Hotspur at one point, while Juventus were reportedly close to using him as a pawn to sign Romelu Lukaku from Manchester United before the Nerazzurri completed the signing of the Belgium.
Now, the forward is having second thoughts that could make agreeing an extension with Juventus difficult as his contract runs into its final few months and the Nerazzurri prepare to move for him.