According to Chief football official Fabio Paratici, Juventus is assured of reestablishing the deal for Paulo Dybala.
Dybala has contracted to series A champions until June 2022 and said he was waiting for the club to start talks in a meeting with CNN this week.
The goal provided details regarding Wednesday that the Argentina International is asking for a €12 million-a-year deal (£11m/$14 m) and that the Bianconeri are sure that a deal will be reached soon.
Since Cristiano Ronaldo arrived at Juve, Dybala has battled for structure, scoring 23 goals in all rivalries since the start of 2018-19, less than he alone managed in 2017-18.
Maurizio Sarri has acknowledged that it is hard for Dybala, who in the past close season was connected to a transition to Manchester United and Tottenham and communicated enthusiasm for playing for Barcelona, and for Ronaldo to “exist together” in the same squad.
Before the second leg of their semi-final Coppa Italia against AC Milan on Friday, Paratici said to Rai Sport: “We ‘re not worried, as we started to examine the situation with Dybala and his entourage, so we’re hopeful and comfortable.
Be that as it may, Paratici has affirmed that the Turin giants remain idealistic about their chances to persuade him to expand his stay and that it is just logical that he would want a substantial increase in pay.
“Whoever goes to sign a contract needs an upgrade, and that’s completely reasonable.”
Asked about Juve’s accounted for enthusiasm for Roma’s Nicolo Zaniolo, he added: “This isn’t the time to talk about the transfer market, it’s been done already when there was no football being played, yet we want to completely appreciate this second when Italian football returns.”
Juve’s clash with Milan was their first game in over a quarter of a year after the coronavirus pandemic suspended football all through the greater part of the globe in March.
After 26 matches, Sarri ‘s team is top of Serie A, sitting one point clear of Lazio’s nearest challengers, while Inter is behind another eight focuses.
One week from now, with Juve visiting tenth-placed Bologna on June 22, the Italian top-flight comes back from its three-month-long suspension.