Football agent Claudio Anellucci has discussed the impact of Paulo Dybala at every club he goes to and insists Juventus regrets letting the Argentinian leave.
Dybala was at Juve for seven years and was one of the club’s most important players even when injuries were causing him all kinds of problems.
The former Palermo man became too injury-prone in his final season and after some back and forth, Juve decided against keeping the World Cup winner.
A move to Inter Milan collapsed and he now plays under Jose Mourinho at Roma, where he is driving their success. Anellucci said via Tuttomercatoweb:
“I took him to Palermo and I know him well. When I learned that Juve would not renew it, I was amazed. It was madness to let someone like him leave, who made the club story. He is not a noisy leader but he is a leader on the field. If he is well he has endless qualities, so the regret is of Juventus and Inter who have not fully believed.”
Juve FC Says
Dybala was one of our most reliable players and many fans were unhappy that the club did not keep the attacker.
However, that doesn’t mean we made a mistake. The Bianconeri wants to move in a different direction with Dusan Vlahovic and it made little sense to keep Dybala.
The club’s supporters are happy he is doing well in Rome and we have also moved on very nicely from the attacker.
Leaving Dybala, from Allegri decision and now Juve they are not doing well, its a big mistake to let him out and now Vlahovic also Juve want to sale him.
Well Roma is currently 7th and Dybala so there is no driving of ‘their success’. Dybala plays a couple of good games against weak teams then goes missing in the big games or he’s out injured. Juve made the right decision to let him go. Proof is he hardly played for Argentina in the WC.
interesting how they talk up that they have faith in Vlahovic where he`s a scapegoat for allegri every defeat, and allegri has done 0 to build anything around him and destroyed his confidence and regressed him, what was floated around by the rumour mongers was that allegri was going to change etc, in the end he was just the smoke and mirrors while they got rid of dybala. whether dybala wins anything, at the end of the day he`s happy away from allegri and appreciated. allegri is now building the team around rabiot lol the famous Octagon.
I think it was a mistake to let him go. If the strategy was to play a 4-3-3 I would agree that Dybala is not suited and this highlights the fiasco lack of planning in the Juve management. Now Allegri plays 3-5-2 and could have really needed him. J-medical I am certain, had a lot to do with all his injuries.