Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri commented on the transfer of Paulo Dybala to Roma during the current summer transfers, after many years of his career with Juventus.

“I think it’s the right club for him and I wish him all the best,” Allegri told Dazan. “He is a player who has given a lot to Juventus and I think he will do well in Roma.”

In response to a question about why he felt that cis the right club, he added: “Dybala is a very professional player, along with Tammy Abraham in the attack line, then you have coach Jose Mourinho, and he is very good.”

Dybala joined Juventus in 2015 at the end of Allegri’s first season as Bianconeri, winning the league and cup titles in their first campaign together, and repeating that feat in each of the following two seasons – even reaching the Champions League final in 2017.

In the final season of Massimiliano Allegri’s first period with the club, they only settled for the Serie A title but failed to add one trophy in 2021-22, when the former Milan coach returned to the club.

Roma issued an official statement through its official account on the social networking site “Twitter”, announcing the inclusion of Paulo Dybala for a period of 3 years until June 2025.

Dybala’s contract with Juventus expired last June, and the Argentine decided not to extend with the Bianconeri to leave for free and eventually settle for a move to Rome.

Paulo Dybala completed a medical examination in a Portuguese hospital on the sidelines of the Rome camp, after arriving on a private plane there, in preparation for the official announcement of the deal.

Paulo Dybala signed a 3-year contract with Roma, for 6 million euros as an annual salary, in addition to 2 million euros in additions.

The club of Roma has also put 20 million euros as a penalty clause in the player’s contract that will be in effect from the summer of 2023 at the end of next season.

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