Juventus are hopeful of extending Paulo Dybala contract amid link of him moving to Chelsea next season, MySportDab reports.
Juve have been in talks with the Argentine player as they look to offer him a new deal to drive away suitors.
Chelsea are one of those who has been recently linked with a move for Paulo Dybala who is yet to sign new deal.
Manchester United was also close in signing the prolific player but they failed to complete the move.
Juventus are currently doing everything possible to tie the player down to fresh terms before losing him.
He is currently worth over a £100 million in the transfer market but if Juve fails to extend his contract they might be forced to sell him cheap.
He could also leave as a free agent with his current deal set to expire by January 2022 season.
Juventus remain confident that a new contract can be agreed with Paulo Dybala, according to reports by Tuttosport.
The Bianconeri have yet to extend a deal that is due to expire in 2022 which will see him become a free agent.
Although the Serie A champions plan to have all the relevant paperwork signed by January next year 2021.