Manchester United summer target Paulo Dybala has reached an agreement over a new 5-year contract with Juventus, according to reports.
The forward has been magnificent for the Old Lady since signing for the club back in 2015, and has a brilliant record of 45 goals in 86 Serie A appearances. 15 of those 45 league goals have come this season, even though it has hardly been a good campaign for him so far.
The Argentine has had a wobbly season of sorts, having initially kicked it off brilliantly with 13 goals in his first 8 games. Since then, though, he has only managed 5 more, and has suffered a massive dip in form that has even tempted Massimiliano Allegri to drop him.
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Barcelona, especially, were given a full display of his quality when the sides met in last season’s Champions League quarter-finals, as he tore them to shreds with a brace that booked Juve’s place in the semis.
However, rather than eyeing a move to another club while he still can, Dybala has viewed his dip in form as a lesson, and has taken the decision to remain in Italy and grow even further before he moves to another club.
According to The Sun, the 24-year-old has agreed to sign a new five-year contract with the club that will see him earn £120,000-a-week in wages. The deal does not have a release clause either, which will be a massive blow for interested clubs.