The release clause for Paulo Dybala does not appear to be expensive.
Italy’s ‘Football Italia’ said on the 10th (Korean time), “There is news that Dybala has a buyout clause of 12 million euros (about 16.3 billion won) in the case of overseas transfers.” ‘s buyout is 20 million euros (approximately 27.2 billion won) and has claimed to cover all clubs.”
Dybala left Juventus this summer to join AS Roma메이저사이트. He started playing for Juventus in 2015 and played 22 goals and 5 assists in 33 Italian Serie A matches in the 2017-18 season. There were times when he was sluggish for a while, but he showed a good appearance last season with 10 goals and 5 assists in 28 league games.
And last summer, he ended his seven-year Juventus life. After completing all his contracts and gaining free agent (FA) status, Dybala joined AS Roma. He is adjusting smoothly so far. Dybala has played in 15 Serie A games and is leading the team in scoring and assists with 7 goals and 6 assists. Thanks to his performance, Roma are in 3rd place in the league.
In the midst of this, Dybala’s buyout became a hot topic. With the contract with Roma ending in the summer of 2025, Dybala is known to be able to start transfer negotiations this summer if a team comes out that pays 12 million euros only for overseas clubs.
Spain’s ‘Sport’ commented on this, saying, “Manchester United are planning to bring Dybala with a buyout in mind.” However, ‘Sky Sports’ revealed the conditions for Dybala’s buyout last summer, explaining that 20 million euros will be applied regardless of whether it is in Italy or abroad.