Dybala only wants Rome, with a clause or not, where is the only problem to be solved and there is uncertainty, the Argentine has no intention of leaving the Italian capital.
Even the renewal until 2026 has never been closer to happening.
Inter recently attempted to sign the player, with Beppe Marotta having a phone call with Dybala’s agent, but it was the striker himself who turned him down.
The yellow club, with the insistence of Mourinho, has worked to strengthen the relationship started last summer and the agreement has been reached in principle, which is expected to be formalized at the beginning of August.
Dybala will sign the renewal of the contract until 2026 with the option to extend the collaboration with Roma for another season and will benefit from seven million euros per season, 2.5 more than what he currently earns.
With the new contract, the problematic clause for the termination of the contract, which has been written a lot in recent months, will be eliminated, which was only 12 million euros.
The 29-year-old played 38 games in his first year with Roma, where he scored 18 goals and provided eight assists.