Roma concerned that Dybala could leave.

The latest developments regarding the future of Paulo Dybala, the Argentine forward for Roma, for the upcoming season have surfaced.

According to Sky Sports UK, Roma is at significant risk of losing Paulo Dybala in the coming weeks.

The Argentine forward reportedly has a release clause valid for foreign clubs set at just 12 million euros.

“One has to wonder how long Roma can hold onto Dybala with such a clause in place,” a source told Sky Sports UK.

This relatively low release clause has sparked interest from several major European clubs.

“Considering the player’s talent and current market value, 12 million euros is a bargain,” an unnamed club official was quoted as saying by Sky Sports UK.

Roma fans have grown increasingly concerned with the prospect of losing one of their star players.

“Dybala’s departure would be a massive blow to the team, as his contributions have been invaluable,” a Roma supporter expressed in an interview with local media.

The situation remains fluid, with the likelihood of further updates in the coming days.

Dybala has yet to make any public statement regarding his potential move away from Roma.

The club’s management has also remained tight-lipped on the matter, which only adds fuel to the ongoing speculation.

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