Paulo Dybala: "I love Juventus"



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Paulo Dybala: "I love Juventus"

Paulo Dybala came back to score a goal in the Italian Serie A match between Juventus FC and Genoa, won by Juventus for 3-1. In the post match interview, Dybala, who is living not easy months after the injury of last summer, said: "Scoring gives us a lot of confidence to us, I needed it, it was so many games that I was not calm, it wasn't me and I felt more every game that passed.

I hope this goal will give me confidence for the next games. last year I had an incredible year, this year I started everything backwards, I watched the games to understand what I had to correct and I thought of a thousand things and this was the biggest mistake.

You have to enter the field calmly. Today I didn't make a great game technically but this goal gives me a lot. The Contract? There is a lot of talk about it, there are many people talking, my agent has been in Turin for a long time.

I'm sorry that we are talking about money and figures, they are invented things. Talking about figures in the current situation puts people against me. I always try to tell the truth and it is the most logical thing. The future? I love Juventus.

I have always said it. I have a good relationship with the fans and they have to rest assured. I am very loyal and the people do so. knows."

Juventus FC: the future with Paul Pogba and Erling Haaland?

We told you in our previous article how Mino Raiola officially announce Paul Pogba's will to leave Manchester United.

He would like to return to Juventus, in that team where he gave the best of his career. In the meantime coronavirus has disrupted the world economy and also downsized the world of soccer. Pogba's contract will expire in 2022.

Also in Manchester, after the request to sell the player and the elimination from the Champions League with reduced income. The new technical project of Juventus FC manager Andrea Pirlo seems to not include Paulo Dybala. Can Dybala go to Manchester in exchange for Pogba? Dybala also has a market in Spain, especially for Real Madrid CF, FC Barcelona and Atletico de Madrid, but he could leave Turon for Manchester, with Pogba who could come back in black-and-white.

Mino Raiola is also the procuraotor od Erling Haaland, young super star of BVB Borussia Dortmund. With Raiola, nothing is impossible and Juve would also fix after Ronaldo, whether he leaves next summer or in 2022, just with Halaand, real dream of Juventus.

In an interview with Italian newspaper Tuttosport, Haaland's father made very interesting statements about his son's future: "My son is the first Norwegian and the first Scandinavian. This aspect gives even more value to Erling's triumph.

We are all very proud. We had been talking about this award at home for two years. We did it! In 2018 Erling said to me: Dad, I want to win the Golden Boy. After last year's fourth place, behind Sancho, Havertz and to the winner João Fèlix, this time he managed to fulfill his wish.

Erling is very happy and very proud. He is very keen on this international recognition. unique in his style. I also struggle to make comparisons. Now Erling is very happy at Borussia Dortmund, but Erling loves challenges and in soccer you never know in advance what the future holds .

We'll see. Yes, it is true that we have already been to Turin before. Beautiful experience. We saw Juventus-Inter. I was struck by the atmosphere of the Allianz Stadium." Raiola said on Paul Pogba: "Paul at Manchester United is unhappy, he is no longer able to express himself as he would like and as expected of him.

He has to change team, he has to change the air. He has a contract that will expire in a year and a half, in 'summer of 2022, but I think the best solution for the parties is to sell to the next market. Otherwise the Old Trafford club, with which relations are excellent, knows well that it would risk losing it on a free transfer, given that for the moment it is not the player's intention to extend the contract.

If someone doesn't understand it, ergo they understand very little about football. In any case, let them blame me if Paul leaves next summer. " Juventus remains at the window for the two champions, to build a young and competitive future.