Argentina and Juventus striker Paulo Dybala has announced that he will be leaving Torin when his contract expires in the summer. The 28-year-old has scored 115 goals in 291 matches for the Italian side, including 15 in 37 games in the 2021-22 season. The Argentine international joined Juventus from Palermo in 2015 for £23.8m and has won 12 trophies, including five league titles.
Juventus set to Let Paulo Dybala Leave
He took to his Twitter handle and tweeted: “Tomorrow will be my last match with this shirt, it’s hard to imagine, but it will be our last farewell.” Dybala also said: “It will not be easy, but I will enter the field with a smile and with my head held high, knowing that I have given everything for you.” “It is difficult to find the right words to greet you, there are so many years and so many emotions involved, all together.”
The former Manchester United target said he thought they will be together even more years, but fate has put them on different paths. He said he will never forget everything the club made him experience, every game, every goal. The Argentine said it was with Juve that he grew up, he learned, he lived and he dreamed. Dybala had been linked with a move to Manchester United or Tottenham in the 2019 summer transfer window, but Juventus opted not to sell.
Juventus are guaranteed to finish fourth in Serie A, after a disappointing campaign that has seen them lose seven games and draw nine in the league.