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He is Messi's teammate and four English teams want to sign him for this absurd price

This forward is a top star, but his exit clause is ridiculous.

By Wilian Estrella

This forward is a top star, but his exit clause is ridiculous.
This forward is a top star, but his exit clause is ridiculous.
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In just a few hours the January transfer window will open in Europe and clubs will be able to sign some players to improve their teams and face the second half of the season with extra help. While most transfers are usually made in the summer, before the start of the tournaments, one or two players added now can make the difference.


One of the players who will be in the news in the coming weeks because of the negotiations for him is Paulo Dybala. The forward, a World Cup winner at Qatar 2022 with Lionel Messi's Argentina National Team, is under contract with AS Roma until June 30, 2025, but his exit clause will be modified as of 2024, allowing him to leave for any club outside Italy in exchange for just $14 million.

This is an absurd price for a player of Dybala's quality and prestige. That is why many top clubs in Europe are interested in him and will probably make an offer soon. According to the website, four Premier League teams have targeted him: Manchester United, Chelsea, Newcastle and Tottenham.

The Red Devils have had many problems with their forwards this season, as Jadon Sancho had a falling out with coach Erik Ten Hag and is sidelined, while Antony, Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Rasmus Hojlund have all had disappointing performances. The Blues, The Magpies and The Spurs, on the other hand, are looking to add top-level alternatives for the second half of the season.


From Spain they're also looking for him

In addition to the interest of several English teams, Paulo Dybala was also targeted by Atlético Madrid. Antoine Griezmann recently assured that he is already thinking about his departure to Major League Soccer, so the arrival of the Argentine forward could be a solution to that problem.

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