The Argentine is still on the same €2.2m net plus bonuses per season that he agreed when making the move from Palermo just over a year ago.
While on international duty this week, Dybala stated he was close to agreeing a contract extension with the Turin giants.
According to Calciomercato.com, the new deal will run to June 2021 and be worth between €5.5m and €6m net per year.
That does not include the bonuses that could take him close to teammate Gonzalo Higuain’s €7.5m per season salary.
Negotiations are believed to have been going on for several months and are now down to the details.