Paulo Dybala took to his official Twitter account to announce his departure from Juventus. Juventus are set to take on Fiorentina in what will be the Argentine’s last home game for the club.
With the financial future of Juventus in a slightly precarious position, the Juventus hierarchy has decided not to extend the popular forward’s contract.
Dybala joined the club from Palermo back in 2015. In the seven seasons, he has enjoyed for the club Dybala has gone on to score 82 Serie A goals.
Dybala is demanding top money and the uneasiness of any deal has centered around the injuries that he has picked up in recent seasons.
Dogged by constant niggles, Dybala has had a frustrating few seasons.
It remains unclear where Dybala’s future lies but at just 28 it’s clear that if he can stay fit he still has a lot to offer.
Inter are the reported favorites for his signature but North London duo Tottenham and Arsenal are also rumored to be interested. However, it is believed that both of these clubs would need to secure Champions League football before Dybala considered them viable options.