Juventus are all set to extend the deal with Paulo Dybala until June 2025, making him the club’s face and future captain.
With a role as the team’s potential captain, Dybala would become the club’s ‘face’ in their branding and advertisement.
The talks with his agent have reached a satisfactory end, according to, and a contract is expected in August, only before the Champions League fixtures resume.
His new deal is set to end in 2022, and it will be an extension of three years with an increased wage.
La Joya was on the verge of an exit last summer towards Tottenham Hotspur but was determined to fight for his place in Turin.
He was proved correct in fighting to stay because, under Maurizio Sarri, Dybala was arguably their best player this season.
The 26-year-old has contributed 17 goals and 13 assists in this term’s 41 competitive games. He also showed signs of evolving into a centre-forward.