Juventus CEO Maurizio Arrivabene has confirmed that Paulo Dybala will leave the club when his contract expires at the end of the season.
Dybala has been in negotiations over fresh terms for several months with his future growing increasingly uncertain in recent weeks.
Clarity was finally afforded on Monday afternoon when 90min learned that the Argentine has rejected Juve's latest contract offer and would leave the club in the summer.
This has now been confirmed by Arrivabene who explained: "The most important change is the one you talked about today. Juventus did not renew with Dybala: this is the change that has taken place from October to today.
"With the arrival of Vlahovic the technical aspect, the team and the project have changed. Part of those changes relate to Dybala's contract which has not been renewed today.
"Today's meeting was friendly, very clear, respectful. On the part of Juve it was not easy to make a lower offer, and they were not very respectful towards Paulo. He spent 7 years with us, there is respect for him. The decision was made, we thought about it a lot, but I want to underline one thing: the management of Juventus does not make decisions against Juventus, but for Juventus"
Dybala will be leaving a wonderful legacy behind in Turin. He joined Juventus from Palermo in 2015 and has gone on to help the club win a host of silverware.
Dybala lifted five straight Serie A title between 2016 and 2020, and also helped his side reach the Champions League final in 2017 – where Juve lost to Real Madrid 4-1 despite a wonder-goal from Mario Mandzukic.
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