Paulo Dybala is to leave Juventus at the end of this season.
The 28-year old's contract with the Serie A giants expires on June 30, and Juve have decided to end negotiations about an extension, according to Sky Sport Italia.
Dybala - who has missed nine league games this season through injury - had reportedly been seeking net figures of €8million a year plus €2million in potential bonuses.
An €11million package had been agreed at the end of 2021, but was later withdrawn by Juventus.
The Argentine international currently earns less than Juve's top earner - Mattijs de Ligt - but is now free to seek similar remuneration elsewhere.
Dybala joined Juventus from Palermo in a deal worth an initial €32million, and helped the Bianconeri win Serie A in each of his first five seasons at the club. To date, he's netted 113 goals in 283 appearances for the 'Old Lady'.
News of his availability will surely send ripples through a cadre of Premier League clubs.
The likes of Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United have all been linked with potential moves for Dybala as his contract eroded away at Juventus.
Inter and Barcelona could also come sniffing, and the Argentine is yet to receive any firm offers.
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