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Dybala chooses the competition he wants to play in next season

May 2, 2022 - 2:30 pm

Paulo Dybala is in the last few weeks of his time as a Juventus player after the club decided not to hand him a new deal.

The Argentinian is one of the finest players at the Allianz Stadium, and we expected him to become the key man after Cristiano Ronaldo left the club.

Injuries limited the impact he could make at the club, and they signed Dusan Vlahovic instead.

The Serbian will now become the main man at the Allianz Stadium, with Dybala leaving.

No one knows which club he would eventually join next, but he has been linked with a move to the top sides in Europe so far.

Inter Milan seemed to be a serious suitor for the former Palermo man. However, he might leave Serie A instead.

Tuttomercatoweb claims he wants to move to the Premier League next. England’s top flight is arguably the best league in the world, and many players dream of playing there.

Dybala now hopes to have a taste of the competition before he retires, and this is the perfect opportunity for him to move to the competition.

Juve FC Says

It would be much better if Dybala moves to the Premier League or any other competition, because he can preserve his Juve legacy.

However, if he moves to Inter, some fans will fall out of love with him and forget everything he has done for Juventus.

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    martinn May 2, 2022 at 3:21 pm

    he knows if he goes to m3rda his legacy is dust. if you disagree, you’re a dybala fan, not a Juventus one.

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      ANDREW FARRUGIA May 2, 2022 at 5:13 pm

      NONSENSE…you are NOT a TRUE JUVE fan.

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        martinn May 4, 2022 at 8:11 am

        No need for capital letters; rude. I realise I can`t speak for everyone of course, but if a player leaves and i don`t support them i`m not a Juventus fan? Seems like it means i`m just not a dybala fanatic, which I haven`t been for a lot of the times , and even though it`s fine if he goes to milan? errr nope. Like a great man once said, People come and go, Juve remains. He set up his move just before he slagged us off at the Udine game and made the gesture, I owe him as much loyalty as he has for my club and support. he has a career sure that`s fine, but that comes with consequences.

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          Matthias May 4, 2022 at 8:38 pm

          I agree with you!!

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    ANDREW FARRUGIA May 2, 2022 at 5:12 pm

    “However, if he moves to Inter, some fans will fall out of love with him and forget everything he has done for Juventus.”

    WHAT absolute stupidity by JUVENTUS FC.

    As a lifelong TRUE fan of JUVENTUS FC I am totally gobsmacked.

    As if I am ever going to forget the HUGE contribution of FRANCO Barone CAUSIO or MARCO Schizzo TARDELLI just because they went to paly for INDA.
    Or forget about ANDONIO GONTE …..iconic JUVENTUS CAPTAIN and the one who led us out of MEDIOCRITY and helped to start the NINE YEAR DOMINATION of Italian football……..

    Some balance please.

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      JuveFella May 2, 2022 at 10:17 pm

      Good points

      If you need work & your favourite workplace doesn’t want you around, you’ll look for the best opportunity you can get elsewhere. It’s normal.

      You don’t take the 3rd best option to please the employer that didn’t want you around anymore.

      Some balance please.
      La Joya will always be a Juve legend.
      (Just like e.g. Conte & Ferrari)

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        martinn May 4, 2022 at 8:48 am

        Balance; sorry but there are levels. Conte, Ferrara and the Lippi players are above dybala in my opinion. nothing wrong with liking a player, and i support anyone while they play for Juventus, but when they leave, I don`t have to , and if you are humanising a his move which we should at a basic level, and he doesn`t have to do what the fans want, can you can humanise that fans that will not like where he moved and it will taint their view of him especially when he comes back? Balance.

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      martinn May 4, 2022 at 8:41 am

      balance? yes. dybala is nowhere near up to those players you mentioned. levels. secondly all of these moves apart from conte? pre-calciopoli. people forget what happened to pessotto and his `fall` from the window? you can like a player of course that`s great, and of course his contribution will not be instant forgotten or dismissed by everyone. but levels.

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    ANDREW FARRUGIA May 2, 2022 at 5:14 pm

    Where’s my COMMENT, GOONS?

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    Ringo May 2, 2022 at 5:28 pm

    He will move to PL as no serie A clubs can afford him..considering these next 2 league positions, Newcastle and Man United would be desperate to improve their squad and will work hard to land him and that means his intention of higher salary will surely be fulfilled.

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    Neutral with a brain May 2, 2022 at 6:51 pm

    What’s all the fuss about dybala ? His one of the most overhyped players on the planet, he can’t dribble past his marker like, cheisa or kilyan Mbappe, his not a fast runner, he does not do great defensive work or high pressing like mane or jota , ALL HE HAS IS A MAGIC LEFT FOOT AND IF YOU DONT ALLOW HIM SHOOT HIS USELESS FOR 90 MIN . So let him go wherever ,he will make them weaker

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      dybala lover May 3, 2022 at 1:57 pm

      wrong u just hate dybala

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      martinn May 4, 2022 at 8:07 am

      Obviously my comments were too simple as everything isn`t black and white for everyone. It`s clear who has probably lived through calciopoli and who hasn`t. I stand by what I say with a codicil, if you think this doesn`t affect a lot of fan`s views, then you are a dybala fan first. He contributed, he got paid. He won`t be remembered with the same affection as ?Del Piero, Tacchinardi etc.

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    Mac May 4, 2022 at 2:37 am

    I’m a juventus fan, but also, I’m a huge Dybala fan because he made me love juventus so I don’t buy the last line of that post, infact it pissed me off!! I’m sure juve is just scared and jealous of Internationale because if La Joya goes there he will increase Inter Milan’s man power and position them better next season. Juventus is crossing the line here and it ain’t funny no more

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    Mateo May 4, 2022 at 9:36 am

    Personally speaking it’s a big loss for Juventus… Dybala will remain Dybala the fenomino with a sharp left foot… Look at our team now….it has some holes & another bigger hole which will be left soon..I am a Juventus fan since 80s to date…I like Juventus…All the best Dybala… missing you already…For the great things you did for Juve.