Paulo Dybala on verge of signing new Juventus contract until 2025 to make him joint-highest paid player at club

PAULO DYBALA is set to sign a new deal keeping him at Juventus until 2025 making him the join-highest paid player at the club, according to reports.

The Argentine will join defender Matthijs de Ligt at the top of Juve's wage bill.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport ,the final details are being ironed out on a three-year extension worth £8.4million a year.

And once a deal with Dybala is tied up, the Old Lady will look to extend right-back Juan Cuadrado's contract.

The Colombian's contract expires next summer, but the new deal is expected to extend his stay by a further year.

Dybala is slowly reclaiming the top dog spot at Juve after Cristiano Ronaldo's deadline day departure to Manchester United.

The 27-year-old has found the back of the net three times in six games across all competitions this season.

And according to team-mate Giorgio Chiellini, Juve 'will be Dybala’s team'.

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Chiellini told DAZN: "When you have a world class player like Cristiano, you cannot help but use the team to play for him.

"We must be grateful to Cristiano for all he did during these years at Juventus, but we carry on.

"This will be Paulo Dybala’s team. Over the last couple of years, he lowered his average goals because of Cristiano’s presence, but he is a key player for this team and that is recognised by everyone."

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