Paulo Dybala is a new player of Rome
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Paulo Dybala, former Juventus star and currently released after the expiration of his contract with the Piemontese club, will be a new Roma soccer player. The Argentine striker has accepted the offer of a three-year 6 million a year bonus including.
Dan and Ryan Friedkin, owners of Roma, sank the blow and convinced the soccer player to embrace the club's project, rejecting the proposal from Inter. Dybala will join Mourinho and his new teammates in Portugal. Paulo said: "I am very happy".
And when asked if he is ready to wear the number 10 shirt that belonged to Totti, he replied with a smile: "Surprise!"
Totti on Dybala
Only some months ago, Francesco Totti talked about Paulo Dybala: "AS Roma? In a few days there is a very important final and you always play a trophy.
When you play a final, you have to do your utmost to try and bring home the result. Mourinho is the manager who has won the most trophies in the world, so who better than him knows what this final means? Surely it doesn't have the same resonance as a Champions League final, but it is always a final and a European competition.
It must be respected and won. The coach will certainly know how to manage the team and the moment. We all know that the thrust of the Roma fans is different from all the others. They as twelfth give you strength, energy and an extra desire to bring the colors of Rome back up.
I too have had some difficult moments, all the we have had. I have always said that as a figure, player and character, he is a person who has charisma, explosiveness and Romanism. All he has is what a captain must have. Rome must be happy that another c they have this importance and beauty.
The farewells of Chiellini and Paulo Dybala are two different things. Chiellini was a monument and a flag. He is a more introverted and cold boy, also because he has another chance to continue playing. Dybala? What he showed is proof that he wanted to stay in Turin.
They certainly did not find the right agreement. Now let's see if we can bring him to Rome. We meet on Monday and I will tell him many things."