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Dybala drops the biggest hint yet which club he will sign for

May 19, 2022 - 10:00 am

Paulo Dybala has a number of clubs looking to add him to their squad as he prepares to leave Juventus.

The Argentinian has been in Turin since 2015, and he has become one of Juve’s historical leading scorers.

But he will leave the Allianz Stadium at the end of this season after the club decided not to renew his stay with them.

The Argentinian is undeniably talented, and he would not struggle to get a new home in the summer, but the Bianconeri will prefer that he doesn’t join Inter Milan.

The Nerazzurri are their fierce rivals, and they have recently dominated Max Allegri’s men.

However, it seems Dybala loves the city of Milan, and he might truly join Inter. This is because a new report on Calciomercato claims the attacker has just bought a new house in the city.

It claims the property is even very close to Inter’s headquarters. Is this a strong hint that he has been thinking about moving to Milan?

Juve FC Says

Buying a house in Milan and joining a club in the city are two different things, but it helps when you live close to your office.

It remains unclear if Inter will make him the best proposal, but if he wants to preserve his Bianconeri legacy, it would be much better for Dybala to join another club.

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    Ringo May 19, 2022 at 10:57 am

    Relaxing while waiting the right price..CL football might not what he fonds of with low salary..might grab 2nd class Europa League for better salary..

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    JohnG May 19, 2022 at 12:35 pm

    Dybala’s legacy is 115 goals, a vice captain, wearing the #10 and bearing his true soul to everyone on Monday. None of that will ever change, regardless of where he goes, including Inter. He was driven out of Turin by a greedy, incompetent group of suits who don’t know what it means to play for a shirt (Nedved excluded), or be honest and loyal.

    Agnelli is going to get Juve barred from UCL soon enough, Arrivabene will continue to ruin the brand with his large ego and Allegri will find a way to win every game by playing defense.

    One day not long ago Juve was known for the BBC show, now we have the AAA, which is nothing about what’s on the field.

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    Retni Adrem May 19, 2022 at 1:07 pm

    Dybala owes us nothing. I’m embarrassed by the shoddy treatment he received by a club he truly loved. He wore his heart on his sleeve and obviously did not want to leave. And why? So we can use his salary to possibly recruit players that are 6 years older (Di Maria) for a 12 month stint.
    I have loved Juve my entire life, but it’s the first time I’m feeling angry at the short-sighted decisions being made.

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    Paul scerri from Malta. May 21, 2022 at 11:13 am

    Juventus storia di un grande amore made a mistake for hurting Dybala i dont understand how anybody could let go of such a splendid player like Dybala he has always been there helping the team with his heart. I’m very sorry for him leaving juve.

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    Garninho May 22, 2022 at 2:25 am

    Dybala can go to Inter, but all this poor treatment talk is misguided. He was given the #10 shirt and it carries certain expectations with it. As fas as I am concerned, he failed to live up to expectations.

    Management is right to let him go, assuming the money is spent on someone of higher caliber. No hard feeling Paulo, but we should ALWAYS be striving to win the Champion’s League. Dybala was never going to do that.