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The Juventus star hasn’t returned to the negotiating table yet.

‘Tis the season of renewals, after Leonardo Bonucci, Daniele Rugani and Stefano Sturaro all inked long term extensions, this raises the following question; where’s Paulo Dybala?

Juve’s first offer didn’t satisfy the Argentine, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport. It’s an open case, but the Juventus stance is unmovable. He will stay in Turin.

Just a few days ago, Giuseppe Marotta closed the door on a Barcelona inquisition.

Dybala’s current deal, which is worth €3 million net per year, lasts until 2020. Just a few days ago while on vacation in Dubai, a journalist asked him about the potential renewal. Dybala responded, “I still haven’t signed anything yet, nor do I want to talk about this.”

His short reply most likely comes from the fact he was on vacation with his girlfriend and didn’t want to take much time to talk about football.

It’s rumored Dybala wants a deal like Higuain, who makes €7.5 million net per year. Juventus may make a counteroffer and put a €6 million deal on the table.

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