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Paulo Dybala set to leave Juventus after rejecting latest contract offer

Graeme Bailey
Paulo Dybala is set to wave goodbye to Juventus, and is interesting several Premier League clubs
Paulo Dybala is set to wave goodbye to Juventus, and is interesting several Premier League clubs / Pier Marco Tacca/GettyImages
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Paulo Dybala is looking increasingly likely to leave Juventus after he rejected their latest contract offer, 90min understands.

Sources close to Juventus have confirmed that a meeting between the two sides on Monday led to both walking away without an agreement, with no plans for further talks ahead of the expiry of his contract in the summer.

Dybala is now ready to bring down the curtain on his glittering Juventus career after seven seasons.

The Argentinian is one of several high-profile players who looks likely to leave their club for nothing this summer. While talks with Juventus have been ongoing, the player has been able to discuss terms with other clubs since the turn of the year.

90min revealed last month that Premier League interest was intensifying in the 28-year-old, who had been a target for Manchester United and Tottenham earlier in his career.

Dybala had previously turned down moves to both United and Spurs, which left both clubs, and others in England, unsure of his commitment to move to the Premier League.

However, Dybala's representatives have been working hard to convince the likes of United, and others, that he is serious about leaving Juventus this time around.

The likes of United, Tottenham, Arsenal and Premier League champions Manchester City have all been kept informed of the situation in recent weeks.

Paris Saint-Germain have also held talks, as have others around Europe, who are now also believing that there is a real chance to grab a 28-year-old world star on a free transfer.

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