Paulo Dybala has signed a new contract that keeps him with Juventus until the summer of 2022.
Juventus announced that Paulo Dybala, last season’s top scorer with 23 goals, had put pen to paper on a new deal in a week in which his double strike had helped them to a 3-0 Champions League win over Barcelona.
“Juventus Football Club is pleased to announce that Paulo Dybala has renewed his contract until June 30 2022, extending a journey that began in July 2015,” a statement on the club’s official website said.
“Juventus is stepping into the future and they will be doing so joined by La Joya for the next four years.”
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Dybala, 23, joined Juve from Palermo and has scored 39 goals in 82 games for the club.
They added: “Clearly, the moments of brilliance that have characterised his stay in Turin so far are in inexhaustible supply.”