Juventus ‘continues contract talks for Paulo Dybala’ with returning boss Max Allegri ‘eager’ to keep Argentine striker in Turin after current deal ends in 2022
- Juventus is in talks with Paulo Dybala about a new contract
- Returning boss Max Allegri wants to keep Dybala, whose deals run until 2022
- Dybala had a frustrating season, but had more success under Allegri
Juventus will be in talks with Paulo Dybala about a new contract after Max Allegri returns to the club as manager.
Dybala has been linked with a departure from Juventus, whose contract expires at the end of next season.
However, as reported by targetAllegri, who was reappointed after Andrea Pirlo was fired, is keen to keep Dybala at Juventus.
Juventus will enter contract talks with Paulo Dybala, whose deal expires in June 2022
Max Allegri, who has returned to Juventus as manager, is keen to keep Dybala at the club
Dybala has been with Juventus since 2015 and was very successful during Allegri’s previous period.
The Argentina forward went through a frustrating 2020-21 season when he missed a significant part of the season through injury and often struggled for form when fit, as evidenced by his return of just four goals in 20 Serie A appearances.
Dybala had a frustrating season, but had a lot of success before under Allegri
Despite Dybala’s recent struggles, the Juventus hierarchy believes Allegri is capable of getting the best out of the 27-year-old.
Under Allegri, Dybala had an impressive return of 26 goals in 46 games during the 2017-18 season, although he scored only ten goals in the following season.
Dybala has won five Serie A titles during his time at Juventus, all but one came when Allegri was in charge.