Juventus forward Paulo Dybala appears to be drifting further away from extending his contract with the Bianconeri amid links to Inter on a free transfer.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the relationship between the 28-year-old and his coach Max Allegri has become more fractured recently.
Dybala’s agent Jorge Antun is in Italy, but his license with the Italian FA expired last month, whilst the Argentine is reportedly displeased with the three-year offer worth €7 million net per season which is on the table from Juventus.
Moreover, the player reportedly had an argument with Bianconeri coach Allegri regarding the plans for today’s preparations for tomorrow’s Serie A clash with Salernitana.
According to the Gazzetta, vice-captain Dybala and Juan Cuadrado approached the coach asking for a couple more hours of time off for the players, and the coach did not respond to the request well.
Allegri is reported to have been frustrated at the request coming from Dybala despite the faith that he has shown in the Argentine this season, and the pair had an argument.
It remains far from clear whether Dybala will renew with the Bianconeri, and where he will end up in the event that he does not, though Inter are one of the clubs reported to have the strongest interest.
However, events in recent days have certainly not brought the 28-year-old any closer to reconciling with his club.