Manchester United, Liverpool, and Barcelona are among several European clubs watching Paulo Dybala’s situation at Serie A giants Juventus.
Dybala is yet to be handed a new deal by Juve despite his current deal ending in 2022 with the club’s director Fabio Paratici confirming to Goal that they still had a few problems in the player’s proposed new deal.
"Paulo still has a few problems - it's like he's on a swing. Some days he's better and others he's worse. He seemed okay (last week), then he felt some pain again. We have spoken (about this contract), we have been speaking and will continue to speak in the next few days and months," Paratici said.
The Argentine was linked with a move away from the club last summer but he couldn’t find a club to match his current wages at the Turin-based side.
The 27-year-old has spent six years with the Bianconeri, scoring 98 goals in 244 appearances, and apart from the named clubs, Real Madrid and Barcelona are said to be interested in his services too.
Dybala continues to have pain in his right knee - Initially out for 15-20 days it’s now been 43 days since his injury on January 10th. Saturday he trained with the squad. Yesterday he trained half the session with the group and half alone. [CorSport] pic.twitter.com/YQgmD2yCra— JuveFC (@juvefcdotcom) February 22, 2021