Juventus is confident of making Paulo Dybala stay at Italy, according to the Chief football officer of the clubFabio Paratici. Dybala has still two years left in his contract and, in aninterview,he said that he is waiting for Juventus is to initialize the extension deal. As per the reports of Goal, he has asked for a fee raise of €12 a year and the Italian club is confident he will be reaching with an agreement the player.
Former Arsenal ace John Hartson believes outgoing midfielder Aaron Ramsey has shown more commitment in the club’s shirt unlike Mesut Ozil. Ramsey has already agreed a pre-contract with Juventus ahead of the Bosman move this summer, but he has still remained consistent with his performances for the north London side.
Speaking to TalkSPORT, Hartson admitted that he has been impressed with the workrate showcased by Ramsey despite knowing that he would be joining Juventus at the end of the season. He added that the same can’t be said about Mesut Ozil, who has found himself in-and-out of the matchday squads under Unai Emery this term.