The contract situation of Paulo Dybala at Juventus has become more and more outstanding in recent weeks, leading to transfer links with Inter and other clubs.
However, the Bianconeri feel that they will deal with the situation when the time is right, and that for now they are only thinking about finishing the season on the pitch, according to Director Pavel Nedved speaking to Amazon Prime Video, via FCInterNews.
Dybala’s current deal with the Bianconeri is set to expire at the end of June, and he has yet to reach an agreement on an extension.
Reports in Italian media have suggested that there is some tension between the 28-year-old and the club, and it is not at all clear that he would be ready to accept what they are willing to offer.
The Nerazzurri are one of the clubs most keen on taking advantage and signing him on a free transfer, though as Nedved explained, there is still some wait before any certainty arises regarding his situation one way or another.
“It’s not just Dybala, there are five players that must renew,” the Director said.
“There’s a pact between us and the players who are out of contract,” he went on. “First we remain focused on the pitch and what we have to do, then we’ll think about it in due time.”