Serie A giants Juventus will not insert a buyout clause in Paulo Dybala contract, if he does sign one in the near future.
Dybala, currently 23, has a contract at the Turin based club till 2022 and Juventus CEO Giuseppe Marotta has confirmed that a possible new deal will not have a release clause, playing down reports of it having a clause in the region of 230 million euros.
Marotta told Premium Sport in a recent interview: “Release clause in Dybala’s contract? Release clauses are more popular in Spain than in Italy. We acquired Higuain and Pjanic last season because of this. I am against this and no one at Juve have any clauses.”
He also said: “If a player wants to leave then we won’t keep him, it’s that simple. Yes Barcelona received 222 million euros for Neymar but people forget that the Blaugrana weren’t prepared for this and they lost an amazing player. I think that they lost more than 200 million euros in damages”
According to our sources, Juventus may offer Dybala a further contract extension in the near future and despite reports in Spain claim a release clause may be included in his next deal, Juve are not open to add any release fee in the Argentiean’s new deal.