Dybala, 28, joined the Italian club in 2015 after a £36 million transfer from Palmero.
Since his arrival in Turin, the 28-year-old has appeared in 266 appearances across all competitions, directly contributing to 152 goals.
Despite his long-standing involvement in the club's senior first-team, though, as the offensive midfielder's contract neared expiration next summer, doubts began to grow.
According to CaughtOffside, the South American, who will now earn €9 million per year, has signed a new contract that would keep him in Turin until 2026.
Dybala has 31 caps for Argentina, scoring two goals in the process, and will be hoping to help his country qualify for the World Cup in Qatar next year.