Juventus star, Paulo Dybala, will leave the club at the end of the season after talks over a new contract broke down on Monday.
Sky Sports Italy reports that Dybala’s agent, Jorge Antun, met with members of Juventus’ hierarchy, including vice president Pavel Nedved at the club’s training ground on Monday over the Argentine’s future in Turin.
But both parties failed to agree on terms as Juventus now accepts that Dybala will leave as a free agent once the current season is over.
The report added that Juventus have offered Dybala a new contract with a base salary that is lower than his current deal, but the 28-year-old could end up earning more if performance-related bonuses are triggered.
Dybala’s current deal with Juventus will expire at the end of the season and the player has been unable to reach an agreement with the Old Lady so far.
Dybala has drawn the interest of Liverpool, Manchester City, Inter and AC Milan in the past.
He joined Juventus from Palermo back in 2015 and has won five Serie A titles and five Coppa Italia trophies.