AS Roma's Paulo Dybala revealed to have TWO release clauses for a bargain price of £11 million
According to FootballTransfer, Paulo Dybala's present contract with AS Roma includes two release clauses, allowing him to depart the club for an incredibly low fee of £11 million.
Last summer, Dybala terminated his association with Juventus and signed a three-year contract with Roma, another team in the Serie A, on a free transfer.
Under the management of Jose Mourinho, he has participated in 34 matches across all competitions this season, netting an impressive tally of 16 goals, 11 of which were scored in the league.
Fabrizio Romano has reported that the 29-year-old could be signed by another Italian club for as little as £18 million.
Nevertheless, in case an Italian team activates the clause, Roma would have the choice to "cancel" it by invoking the salary increase clause, which would raise Dybala's wages from £3.7 million to £5 million.
Furthermore, Dybala is obtainable for £11 million by foreign clubs, including those in the Premier League, and it will be up to the player to decide whether or not to join. According to Romano's statement.
It's not just the Argentine forward who has two clauses integrated into his contract, as Erling Haaland also has two distinct release clauses.
In a recent interview, Dybala discussed his impressions from his stay in the Italian capital as he hailed Mourinho.
"The people here are incredible. From day one they made me feel this incredible warmth," he said. "When Tiago Pinto contacted us and the possibility of coming to Rome arose, I said to myself 'I have to do something in this city'.
"The shirt number? Roma’s number 10 will always be Francesco Totti. At Juventus, the club asked me to wear the 10 and it was a huge pleasure. Never say never, obviously that would be a unique responsibility.
"Jose Mourinho has an image and an important influence due to everything he represents in the world of football. He would be a good chess player."