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The Argentinian Paulo Dybala was finally presented this Tuesday as a new player for Roma in Italyand he has already proven to be one of the new leaders of this team in front of the media, making it clear that results cannot be forced and that one must go “match by match”.
“It is early to talk about the Scudetto. Right now there are teams ahead of us, we have to work calmly. Roma have won a very important trophy, there are still important goals and the desire is great. We all like to win. We have to go game by game and later we’ll see where we are”, said ‘La Joya’.
Also, Dybala spoke of his first meeting with the Portuguese José Mourinho, who was essential for his signing with ‘Loba’. The player indicated that the first thing he asked was “what do we intend to win?” and beyond his response, he assured that he will give his best to meet the objectives.
As for the position in which he will play, the international with the Argentina national team said that he will leave it in the hands of José Mourinho and stated that he is willing to position himself on either side of the field as long as it helps the team win.
“The coach will decide where I should play, I am open to play where he wants. What counts is the final result, I want to win and that must be the first objective. I have my own characteristics, I will play my game to help my teammates, ”she pointed out.
On the other hand, Paulo Dybala revealed details of his departure from Juventus, emphasizing that “it was never an economic problem” and that he was ready to sign his new contract until the team decided not to renew it.
“We had an agreement to sign in October, then the club asked us to wait and in March they told me that I would not be part of the future project. The club made another decision together with the coach,” said the 28-year-old striker.
Dybala began his career in his native Argentina with Instituto, before playing for Palermo and Juventus in Italy, where in addition to his 5 league titles, he has also won the Coppa Italia four times and the Italian Super Cup in another three, the club recalls.
Named Serie A Most Valuable Player in 2020, the Argentine international has made 34 appearances for the Albiceleste and the most recent of his three goals for his country was scored in June’s “Finalissima” against Italy at Wembley Stadium.
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