Paulo Dybala and Juventus are expected to hold talks regarding a contract renewal, with the Argentine reportedly eyeing a deal worth €15 million a season.
The Argentine was deemed a surplus to requirements last summer, but after deals to Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur failed to materialize, he has become a key figure under Maurizio Sarri.
With 13 goals in 34 appearances and several sparkling performances to his name so far this campaign, Sport Mediaset reports Dybala is looking for a pay increase.
Currently the fifth-highest paid player at Juventus behind Cristiano Ronaldo, Matthijs de Ligt, Gonzalo Higuain and Miralem Pjanic and who earn €31m, €8m, €7.5m and €7.5m respectively, La Joya’s request of €15m per season would vault him into second place.
The report suggests Juventus are willing to offer between €11m to €12m with a contract running until 2025 with talks expected to kick off in the near future.