Dybala Move to Juventus

The 21-year-old player has revealed that he will move to Juventus from Palermo this summer. During his season in Serie A, he has had a wonderful campaign by scoring 13 goals in 35 games. Concerning his move, he will undergo a medical in Turin on Monday (25/5).

Dybala has scored 13 goals in his first campaign of Serie A, including three from penalties and three others of free kicks. As an addition, he is also provided ten assists for Palermo this season which means that he directly involved in nearly half of the team’s 51 goals. The number is impressive, especially concerning his young age, and it definitely looks like Dybala has a taste for the big moments in football career.

The Argentine revealed that Juventus are actually the side that wanted him the most. The club made a real effort to sign him and it becomes the main reason of his decision. Dybala is sure that he will win the Scudetto there, as Juventus are a winning team, and joining the club will enable him to “find success with them.”

While Juventus have added a striker with world-class potential to their squad for next season, having agreed to purchase the Palermo front-liner. The deal for Dybala is believed to the €28 million, plus likely performance-related bonuses and a sell-on clause based on how much profit Juventus make from a future sale.

On the other hand Dybala thanked Coach BeppeIachini for ‘faith and advice’ as he prepares to leave Palermo. His final game on Palermo was at the StadioBarbera against Fiorentina.

“Iachini was very important for me. He had faith in me, allowing me to grow, and gave me the right advice after training session,” said Dybala after the final clash.

Even President Maurizio Zamparini spoke to the crowd to salute Dybala. “I’m sure Dybala will shine in world football. Having him here was our good fortune. Good luck, Paulo, you will always be in our hearts.”

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