Turin football club Juventus will not offer a new contract to Paulo Dybala, after his valid contract expires in June, a club official said.
“With the arrival of Vlahovic in January, his position is no longer central. We believe that it is better not to extend his contract,” Juventus general manager Maurizio Arrivabene said, as reported by Italian media.
He was promoted to deputy captain this season, but injuries affected his performance this season.
Several clubs have already shown interest in the Argentinian midfielder, and among them are Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid.