August 16, 2022

Paulo Dybala has turned down a move to Newcastle United as he explores his options after the expiry of his Juventus contract this summer.

Dybala will be a free agent this summer, and he has already said that he would leave Juventus without getting paid for his services.

Dybala fled the pitch in tears last month while playing for Juventus against Lazio, signaling the end of his time with the club.

The Argentine joined the Italian giants in 2015 after previously playing for Palermo, where he scored 115 goals in 293 appearances.

Despite his advanced age of 28, Dybala, a gifted striker who can adjust to several positions and still has something to contribute, will be in great demand this summer.


Dybala faces competition from a broad range of clubs.

For example, ESPN reported in May that Arsenal had contacted Dybala’s agent about the prospect of a trade.

However, according to Gazzetta Dello Sport, Dybala has only shown interest in joining Inter Milan and has so rejected three bids.

Dybala, according to sources, has rejected offers from Newcastle United, Sevilla, and Borussia Dortmund.

Newcastle has big ambitions as a result of the PIF funding, and it seems that the club thought it might get Dybala to join them in the Premier League.

However, this Newcastle initiative is still in its early stages, and it may take a few more windows for them to fully lure big players like Dybala. It’s conceivable that this will happen.

Even said, the very idea that Newcastle is being mentioned as a possible signing destination for stars like Dybala excites Newcastle fans.

Newcastle had previously declined to engage in a loan arrangement for Hamza Choudhury under Mike Ashley’s leadership. This occurred not long ago.

Given the great rivalry between Juventus and Inter, some Juventus fans may feel betrayed by Dybala’s potential move to Inter.

Dybala seems to have made his decision and will not be transferred to St. James’s Park. Newcastle, on the other hand, still has a shot for a comeback if anything goes wrong.

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