Paulo Dybala has TWO release clauses in his AS Roma contract, available for just £11 million
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Paulo Dybala has not one but TWO release clauses in his current contract, which could see him leave AS Roma for just £11 million.
He's played 34 games in all competitions under Jose Mourinho this season, scoring an impressive 16 goals - including 11 league goals.
But the 29-year-old could sign for another Italian club for just £18 million, according to Fabrizio Romano.
However, if an Italian side triggered the clause, Roma would have an option to 'cancel' it by activating his salary rise from £3.7 million to £5 million.
What's more, Dybala is available for £11 million for clubs abroad, including teams in the Premier League. Per Romano, in this case, the player would have the final say.
The Argentine forward is not the only player who has two clauses inserted in his contract as Erling Haaland also has two different 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."