Paulo Dybala joins AS Roma

Paulo Dybala, released by Juventus Turin, has chosen to join AS Roma, the Italian club qualified for the Europa League announced on Wednesday, where the Argentine striker will try to relaunch his career.

“AS Roma are delighted to announce the signing of Paulo Dybala” until June 2025, the club said in a press release, offering itself one of the most coveted players of the summer in Italy, voted best player in Serie A in 2019-2020.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the striker is expected to earn around 6 million euros a year in the Italian capital.

Failing to play in the Champions League, in which he played the final in 2017 with Juve (4-1 defeat against Real Madrid), Dybala will have to settle for the Europa League in Rome.

At AS Roma, victorious in May of the first edition of the Europa League Conference, Dybala will be under the orders of experienced Portuguese coach José Mourinho, who hopes to do better than sixth place in Serie A won in 2021-2022.

All of Italy expected to see Dybala bounce back to Inter Milan, arch-rivals of Juventus, but in the end the Argentinian’s choice fell on Roma.


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