Paulo Dybala has reportedly told Roma he is willing to discuss a new contract extending his current deal from 2025 to 2027.
According to Calciomercato.com, La Joya has informed the director of the Giallorossi, Tiago Pinto, that he intends to stay for a long time at the Stadio Olimpico.
He arrived as a free agent last summer after his contract with Juventus was allowed to expire.
The current deal included a release clause that could be activated at €20 million for clubs within Serie A and €12 million for those outside Italy, but this never happened.
Now that the transfer window has closed, Dybala is looking to the future and sees him staying with Roma.
His contract runs until June 2025, but the Giallorossi hope to extend it until June 2027.
It would also prompt a wage rise to €10 million a season, something Roma hope to negotiate.