MASSIMILIANO Allegri still doesn’t know if striker Paulo Dybala will stay at Juventus for next season. The reason is, until now the player’s contract has not been extended and will expire on June 30.
Quoted from football-italy, Monday (21/43). Paulo Dybala performed beautifully when he scored one goal in a 2-0 win over Salernitana in the 30th week of the Italian League at the Allianz Stadium, Sunday (20/3).
When asked about Paulo Dybala’s future, Allegri said they often spoke with the club. But the former AC Milan coach said there were several players whose contracts were set to expire at the end of the season.
“I don’t know if he will become a Juventus player or not, that’s a club matter. We often speak with the club, not only Paulo whose contract is almost up, but also Bernardeschi, De Sciglio, Perin and Cuadrado,” explained Allegri.
The Italian coach emphasized that his job was to make Juventus do its job well until the last week of the season.
He said, after the season was over, he could only evaluate the performance of the players and when it came to other things like contracts and what the players wanted, it would be a different element.
“The relationship with Paulo and all the players is good. There have been some exchanges of opinion, I’ve always been a bit direct, but I’m like this for the good of the players, who know they have my belief and admiration,” Allegri said.
“Paulo arrived as a small boy from Palermo, he has become a great player. There are no problems,” he continued.
This season, Paulo Dybala has made 29 appearances for Juventus in all competitions and contributed 13 goals and 6 assists from a total of 1929 minutes played.
Since playing for Juventus in the summer of 2015, the Argentine has made a total of 283 appearances for the Bianconeri and scored 113 goals and 48 assists. (OL-8)