Paulo Dybala ne fait que commencer.


Paulo Dybala, the Argentine footballer who left Juventus after seven seasons, has become one of the most sought-after free agents of the summer. Dybala joined AS Roma on a free transfer and has excelled since his arrival, proving doubters wrong with his best goal return to date. He has also become a World Cup winner in Qatar as a part of Lionel Messi’s Argentina team. Dybala has the chance to etch his name in Roman folklore as part of an AS Roma side bidding for only its second piece of silverware in the past 15 years in this season’s Europa League.

Dybala first burst onto football’s mainstream when he moved to Palermo from the Argentine second division back in 2012. From playing football with his siblings in the small town of Laguna Larga to becoming a world champion and winner of multiple league and cup titles, Dybala has come a long way, yet still remains as hungry as ever. Despite being in the Italian capital for less than one season, many AS Roma fans are already dubbing Dybala as “The New King of Rome.”

There have been rumors that should AS Roma fail to win the Europa League and thus miss out on Champions League football next season, that Dybala could well be set to depart. However, Dybala is not giving anything away about his future plans. He believes that the best way to reach his goals is to work, do his best, fix every detail so that he can always be at 100%. Dybala is committed to achieving his goals and not having any regrets about not having done everything to achieve them.

Keywords: Paulo Dybala, AS Roma, Juventus, World Cup, Europa League, football, goals, silverware, King of Rome.

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