Paulo Dybala is excited to be part of the vibrant Juventus forward line under Maurizio Sarri. Though it looked like he could partway with the club during last summer transfer window. He was linked with Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, and PSG during that time. But those negotiations fell through for different reasons.
Dybala only found himself in starting eleven after a couple of weeks. He played a prominent role in Sunday’s 2-1 win over Inter at San Siro, opening the scoring. With that win, the reigning champion have returned to the expected position at the top of Serie A. ” I have not experienced an easy summertime,” the 25-year-old told. “Undoubtedly, hearing your name being attached to all possible suitors, you don’t feel good, but this is football.”
Dybala in Juventus
Dybala made it very clear that he wanted to stay in Turin. ” Prior to the Transfer window began, I had already done a meeting, and I said I wanted to stay in Turin. I never talked after that, not even when I was playing Copa America.”
” I think it’s more important to talk on the field. You never know exactly how the transfer-market goes until the last day. But I intended to remain right here; I intended to continue at Juventus. I believe I can still offer a lot to this team, and also I’m extremely pleased with my performance versus Inter.”- He asserted.
Dybala combined with Cristiano Ronaldo up at the front in the Derby d’Italia, with Federico Bernardeschi behind them. The trio was supported by Aaron Ramsey. Gonzalo Higuain came off the bench to score for the champion in the second half.
Dybala said he is enjoying playing under Sarri, perhaps more than under Massimiliano Allegri. ” They have a different style as you can see that,” he concluded. ” With Allegri, we have done several things. However, I assume Sarri is a bit more offensive, which is quite visible.”