Paulo Dybala open to leaving Juventus amid Premier League transfer interest

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Most of the top clubs in the Premier League are currently in talks with Paul Dybala’s representatives, with the player open to leaving Juventus when his contract expires in the summer.

Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City, Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspur are all in open talks with the player’s agents and have confirmed their first interest in Juve’s number ten. United and Spurs are close to signing a player earlier.

There is a stumbling block, however, because the clubs mentioned above are not fully convinced that Dybala wants to move to the Premier League, despite the player and his stakeholders interested in leaving La Vecchia Signora.

As 90min revealed last month, the agreement between the interested clubs is that he can still sign a new contract at Juventus Stadium.

The Argentine has been in talks with Juventus for an extension until a new five-year contract worth € 8m a year before Christmas. However, after those goals were changed by Juve at the last minute due to a striker injury record, negotiations collapsed.

Despite the possibility of signing a new contract with his current club, 90min understands that Dybala has the option to stay in Serie A by joining Inter. The Nerazzurri are among those who have already expressed an interest in signing the boy of their biggest rivals when his current contract expires at the end of the season.

Any Inter move could pave the way for Lautaro Martinez to leave Serie A this summer. The Inter striker has been the subject of much interest from Tottenham, Man City and Arsenal – the latter have “tested” the possibility of signing Lautaro in the 2021 summer transfer window.

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