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Paulo Dybala has 'shockingly low release clause' that Premier League clubs can activate tomorrow

Paulo Dybala has 'shockingly low release clause' that Premier League clubs can activate tomorrow

Dyabal could move on.

Roma star Paulo Dybala has an incredibly low release clause that can be activated as early as January 1, according to reports.

The Argentina forward, who more regularly plays as an attacking midfielder, has been consistently linked with a move to the Premier League since his early days in Serie A with Palermo.

Italian outlet Tuttomercatoweb claimed that Liverpool had opened talks with Dybala over a move from Juventus in January 2022, although that came to nothing.

He eventually ended a nine-year association with Juventus the following summer to join Roma on a free transfer, and has been a key player for Jose Mourinho's side.

Now 30, Dybala signed a three-year contract with Roma until 2025, but reports claim his deal contains a release clause which becomes active on January 1.

That's according to Italian outlet Gazzetta dello Sport, who claim that Dybala has a release clause that stands at just €13 million.

The clause is said to be valid for both domestic and foreign clubs - but there is a catch involved.

While Italian clubs can activate the €13 million option, it is said that Roma can reject the offer. There are no such restrictions on a move to other leagues, although the player would of course have to agree to the transfer.

But the clause could prove to be ideal for a club like Manchester United, who have tracked Dybala for several years and face potential FFP restrictions on transfers in January.

Liverpool could also reignite their interest, while the Argentinian has been linked with moves to Arsenal and Tottenham in the past too.

But any club who wants to trigger the clause may find it difficult to convince Dybala to leave Roma.

Speaking at an event in September, he told supporters of his love for the club: "I have always been in love with Rome since I was a child.

"I lived very far away, I didn't know the city, but from what I saw I knew I liked it a lot.

"It's one of my favourite cities in the world, both me and my family feel good here. I try to enjoy it as much as possible by walking and getting around it on foot, and I hope to enjoy it for a little while longer."

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Topics: Paulo Dybala, AS Roma, Jose Mourinho, Transfers, Premier League