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Paulo Dybala’s bargain release clause alerts Manchester United, Chelsea and Newcastle

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Paulo Dybala has a release clause in his Roma contract worth just €13m (£11.3m), which has alerted a string of Premier League clubs.

The 30-year-old joined Roma in 2022 after seven seasons with Juventus, scoring 16 goals in 37 Serie A appearances since moving to the Italian capital.

The Argentina international is under contract until 2025 but Gazzetta report that a release clause comes into play in January 2024.

The clause only applies to teams outside of Italy, but means they can snap up the forward for just £11.3m from 1 January, which has caught the attention of the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea and Newcastle.

Italian clubs can also meet the release clause, but Roma can block a move to any side in Serie A by making a bonus payment to Dybala.

While the release clause could see sides make a move for the Argentine, that does not mean he will leave Roma this month, with the Gazzetta report stating that he has no desire to move.

Dybala has suffered knee and hamstring injuries this season but has made 12 Serie A starts for Roma, scoring four goals, and is a key man for Jose Mourinho when fit.

He is reportedly happy with the club and playing for Mourinho, so is in no rush to leave even if opportunities to arise during the January transfer window.

Mourinho is certainly keen to keep hold of Dybala, saying earlier this season that he is indispensable to his team.

‘He is too important for us to take the option of leaving him out,’ Mourinho said of Dybala as he returned from injury. ‘He has to play, we need to use the players who have the most quality.’

 

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