Juventus are finding it difficult to come to an agreement with Real Madrid-linked Paulo Dybala over a new contract, according to a report.
Juventus are reportedly finding it increasingly difficult to come to an agreement with Argentina international Paulo Dybala over a new contract in Turin.
The Italian outfit's director Fabio Paratici recently revealed that the club are in talks with the 26-year-old over a new deal, with his existing terms due to expire in June 2022.
However, the speculation surrounding the attacker's future has gathered pace in recent weeks, with Manchester United and Chelsea both linked with his services.
Meanwhile, a recent report claimed that Real Madrid are preparing to offer both Isco and Vinicius Junior to Andrea Pirlo's side in the hope of landing Dybala.
According to Calciomercato, the attacker wants £5m more per season in wages, which is proving problematic with the Old Lady currently not prepared to accept the demands.
Dybala is yet to score in three appearances for Juve during the 2020-21 campaign.