The decision to transfer Argentine international striker Paulo Dybala to Roma as a free player after the expiration of his contract with Juventus has been decided, several Italian media reported on Monday.
After 7 seasons, he spent in the colors of Juventus, during which from 2016 to 2020 he won the Italian League five times in a row, four times the Coppa Italia and three times the Super Cup, and also reached the Champions League final in 2017. Dybala will move to rival Roma after his talks with Inter, who were the most likely side, stalled to get his services.
And the newspapers Sky Italia and Gazzetta dello Sport reported that the contract with the former Palermo player was signed late on Sunday evening thanks to the Portuguese coach of Gallorossi José Mourinho, who repeatedly called the Argentine to convince him. him to join the team.
Mourinho, a key factor – he called Dybala to explain the project. All documents are under preparation, free transfer is inevitable. pic.twitter.com/qZaYmp5VqD
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 18, 2022
Dybala eventually relented and sent a WhatsApp message to Mourinho after midnight on Sunday to let him know that he had made up his mind and decided to join the Wolves, reports La Gazzetta dello Sport, adding that the Argentine traveled at nine o’clock Sunday evening local time by private jet from Turin to Portugal, where the Capital team is currently based, for a scheduled medical check-up in preparation for the formal announcement of the deal.
Reliable Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio said on Monday that Dybala had agreed to a move to Rome, speeding up the 28-year-old’s contracting process in light of local rival Napoli’s interest in his services.
Dybala was Yemeni to continue his journey with Juventus, but the latter suspended talks between the two sides due to the old woman’s administration’s reluctance to pay what the player’s agent demands, especially in light of his long absence. due to injury.
Di Marzio revealed that Dybala had agreed to an offer to sign a three-year contract with Roma for a net annual salary of six million euros.