Juventus forward Paulo Dybala’s future in Turin reportedly depends on the Old Lady qualifying for the Champions League.
The Bianconeri risk missing out on the Champions League next term, as they are currently sitting joint third with Napoli and Milan in Serie A on 66 points.
Five teams are fighting for three Champions League spots and Il Corriere dello Sport reports a place in the prestigious competition could be even more important for La Joya.
The Argentine has struggled with COVID and injuries this term and only recently returned to action with the Old Lady.
The 27-year-old, who joined Juventus from Palermo in July 2015, har only played 16 times in Serie A this term and his current deal expires in June 2022.
Juventus have not reached an agreement over a renewal with the player and could be forced to sell this summer to avoid losing him on a free transfer next year.
The newspaper claims Juventus will put the Argentine on the market if they fail to qualify for the Champions League, as a pawn to help the balance sheets.
Dybala’s future reportedly depends on Cristiano Ronaldo’s future too, but the player himself wants to remain at the Allianz Stadium.