I agree with you about Dybala but your insinuations regarding the Barca - Bayern comparison are completely off. Please clarify.Maybe the injury is a bless in disguise. Dybala has spent the entire summer tweeting how much he wants to play with Messi. Barca sent scouts and the reporters asked him about that. He specified that he wants to play by his side and not against him... We pretty much can't afford Messi and that's why didn't have our scouts on Messi and their got theirs on our Dybala. Got where this is going?
Juve board has managed to extend everybody's contract and this is how we work, we don't risk losing players for free.
And it is well known that we offer them what they want, many times more than they deserve, probably we give them some unofficial extras too.
And it is also known that even if have someone tied with a contract, we don't hold him against his will.
And yet Dybala is the only one who refused to extend... Isn't it obvious? Not yet?
And to add more salt to the injured, he specifically asked that we will face Barcelona in this CL round. Dybala played pretty well against us and convinced us to buy him and he now tries to do the same with Barcelona. Surely there are unofficial contacts with their agent and a new contract with us, that would give him greater wages would also mean a bigger clause.
Barca has a lot of background influence and even if they are not at their best, they somehow get favorable ref calls that keep them afloat. Only Real and Bayern have similar prestigious favor and as a team with aspirations, we were aiming to do the best we could in this CL. We are not one of those lesser teams who won't to qualify early with a big team, have a plausible excuse for the disqualification and savor the cash we grabbed for filling a stadium for the fans who came to see a big team and individually our players get a chance to impress a big team and hope for the next big step in the carrier.
We be seen what Barca did to psg and how they did it.And from all the teams, Dybala picked them...
A coincidence? Really? Maybe it is, maybe it is not, but it's better not to risk, our fate is sealed regardless if Dybala plays or not, regardless if we scored a couple of goals more or not, Barca creates spectacle, creates income and UEFA need them on CL.
but this injury could help them pass on, invest elsewhere, convince him to extend with us and hopefully follow the DP path...