After Malmo’s triumph, Dybala discusses his aspirations for a contract extension with Juventus.


Paulo Dybala scored twice in Juventus’ 3-0 win against Malmo on Tuesday, and the Argentinian gave a contract update. After helping Juventus overcome Malmo in their Champions League opener, Paulo Dybala revealed his desire to negotiate his contract extension with the Serie A giants.

In Tuesday’s 3-0 triumph, Dybala netted Juve’s second goal from the penalty spot as they cruised to their sixth consecutive group-stage away win and preserved their unblemished record against Swedish opponents in Europe. Dybala’s contract expires in less than a year, so there’s a chance the 27-year-old may leave on a free transfer at the conclusion of the season.

Pavel Nedved, a Juve vice president, sees the former Palermo star as a key component of his plan and has expressed confidence in reaching an agreement – a stance shared by Dybala on Tuesday. “What about my renewal?” “I always strive to give my all,” Dybala told Sport Mediaset after the defeat. People are chatting and everyone has high hopes. We’re hoping for a happy conclusion.

I’m overjoyed to have scored. It aids my psychological well-being by causing me to play quietly and serenely in order to assist the team. We won today, and I’m overjoyed. “We were coming off of poor performances, and the results didn’t help us, but we knew there was another tournament ahead of us, and we understood what we needed to accomplish. We achieved it by playing calmly and as a wonderful team. Now it’s up to us to keep going.”