Roma star is uncertain about his future at the club. He wants testing himself in England or Spain

Football news 30 may 2024, 10:56
Liam Carter Dailysports's expert Liam Carter
Roma star is uncertain about his future at the club. He wants testing himself in England or Spain Photo: Paul Kane/Getty Images

Roma's star player, Paulo Dybala, admitted in an interview with The Athletic that he is uncertain about his future with the Giallorossi.

The Argentine forward mentioned that while it is "difficult" for him to imagine himself outside of Italy, he is "curious" to see how his career would unfold in La Liga or the English Premier League.

Dybala has one year left on his contract at Stadio Olimpico, and his agreement with Roma includes a buyout clause of €12 million for clubs outside Serie A. Italian clubs would need to pay at least €20 million for the player.

Recent reports in Italian media claim that Roma's management wants to meet with Dybala and propose a long-term contract with staggered salary payments to help the club save money. Dybala has been pivotal for Roma this season, scoring 16 goals and providing 10 assists in 39 matches across all competitions.

Earlier, it was reported that Roma has put forward on the transfer list to increase their budget and reduce the wage bill.

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