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Dybala: I thought Juve is a joke

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Paulo Dybala reveals that he asked his agent if he was joking when he told him about Juventus’s involvement in 2015 and reveals that he dreams of winning the Champions League with the Old Lady.

The Argentinean responded to some young fans’ concerns in an interview arranged by Juventus.

“I’ve had a lot of wonderful moments with Juventus, and I scored my first goal on my debut. It was truly special to arrive at Juventus and wear this jersey for the first time, introducing myself as a Juve player. There are several other goals, the first being the Supercoppa against Napoli. When Juventus called him, what did he think?

I asked immediately if it was a joke. Other teams were calling me, but I told my agent immediately to close the other calls and listen to Juventus only.

I dream of winning the Juventus Champions League and the Argentine World Cup. It’s hard, but…”

La Joya clarified the celebration of his mask and unveiled who his hero was.

“I always liked Ronaldinho because of the way he played football and his joy on the pitch. He showed impressive stuff with ease. I’m passionate about the gladiators who used to wear masks to face the babbling. Even if the sport we enjoy is football, sometimes we go through tough moments, which is why I was thinking about this gesture. I like the message I can send, not just those who play football, to everyone.”

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