’16 goals, 8 assists’ handsome striker, could be sold for only ‘17.7 billion’

The buyout of Paulo Dybala, who has been playing a key role in AS Roma this season, was much lower than expected.

The UK’s Daily Mail quoted reporter Fabricio Romano, an expert on the European football transfer market, on the 28th (Korean time) and said, “Dybala’s release clause is 10.6 million pounds (approximately 17.7 billion won) for clubs outside Italy and 1,760 million for Serie A teams. 10,000 pounds (about 29.4 billion won).”

Dybala is Roma’s key striker. Having commanded Italy with elegant playmaking and powerful shooting through Palermo and Juventus, he was reborn as Jose Mourinho’s ace in Rome this season. This season, he recorded 16 goals and 8 assists in 34 matches in all competitions, proving this.

Rome had a windfall. Roma signed Dybala as a free agent after a contract renewal with Juventus last summer. He brought the ace, who was the highest scorer in the team and led the semifinals of the European Football Association (UEFA) Europa League (UEL), for free.

He is well known as ‘Handsome’ to his soccer fans. The so-called ‘gladiator ceremony’, which further highlights his beautiful appearance, is Dybala’s trademark. He is a player who has not only soccer skills but also star qualities.

But you can lose such an important player cheaply. This is because of the buyout that Roma proposed at the time of the contract. Dybala, who had no transfer fee at the time, was able to steer the contract in his favor, and prepared a plan to search for a future transfer by inserting a release clause.

Even from Rome’s point of view, the safety device has not been completely removed. If the Italian club wants Dybala, Roma can defend the transfer by raising his salary from £3.1 million to £5.3 million. However, in this case, Dybala, not the club, will have the final decision.

In the case of overseas transfers, even this cannot be attempted. If a club outside Italy wants Dybala, they will be eligible to negotiate with Dybala for just £10.6m. Considering Dybala’s performance in Roma this season, it’s pretty much free.토토사이트

Nonetheless, Mourinho is confident that Dybala will stay. “Dybala is looking for the joy he lost as much as his confidence. He has the qualities to play for the biggest club in the world, but he found joy here,” he said in an interview after reaching the UEL semi-finals. did.

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