The forward cannot commit himself with the Turin-based club further than this season.
Paulo Dybala is one of Europe’s marquee players winning two Serie A titles with Juventus and helping his side reach the final of the Champions League last season.
The Argentine has already bagged 12 goals this season, one more than the entire of last season. On doing so, he has further outlined his status to a plenty of suitors in world football.
FC Barcelona were one of the clubs seeking to sign the 24-year-old, but he denied a move by extending his contract with the Serie A giants. Juventus tied him to a contract that runs out in the summer of 2022 but Paulo Dybala admits he could leave the club way before his contract ends.
“I don’t know if I’ll be at Juventus for life and I can’t even say that this will not be my last year in Turin.”, he said.
Meanwhile, he also praised the impact Barcelona star Lionel Messi had in Argentina’s qualification in the World Cup finals.
He said, as quoted by Daily Mail: “I’ve always admired Ronaldinho, but Leo is like Diego Maradona for our generation. It’s an honour to play with him in the national team.
“He dragged us to the World Cup with his hat-trick against Ecuador and is a born leader.”
Juventus could let Dybala leave
In a hindsight, it’s easy to figure out Juventus aren’t a club who keep hold of the players who desire to leave.
The Italians let two of their instrumental midfielders, Paul Pogba and Arturo Vidal leave in the past which shows they are a club which has certain principles when it comes to the transfer market.
Meanwhile, the riches of Premier League or La Liga could lure Dybala’s heart triggering a blockbuster summer move. After all, everything is possible in the silly season.