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August, 16

Paulo Dybala Joins As Roma

Former Juventus midfielder Paulo Dybala has signed for Roma on a free transfer.

After passing a medical, forward Dybala transfers to the Italian capital on a three-year agreement.

“The club is delighted to confirm the signing of the world-renowned forward!” Roma wrote in a tweet confirming the signing.

The international player from Argentina transferred from Palermo to Juve in 2015 and tallied 115 goals in 293 games for the team.

Dybala, 28, also assisted the team in winning four Coppa Italia crowns and five Serie A championships.

Dybala had been linked with offers to Manchester United and Inter Milan after leaving the Turin club, but he decided to join Roma instead, where he will work with manager Jose Mourinho.

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Roma, who won the inaugural Europa Conference League last season, now has Dybala on the roster as they want to improve on their sixth-place showing from the previous year.

“The days that have led up to me signing this contract have been filled with so many emotions,” Dybala said.

“The speed and determination with which Roma demonstrated just how much they wanted me made all the difference.

“I am joining a team that is on the up, a club that continues to put in place strong foundations for the future, and a coach, Jose Mourinho, that it will be a privilege to work with.

“As an opponent, I have always admired the atmosphere created by the Roma fans – I now cannot wait for the chance to salute them while wearing this shirt.”

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Former Juventus midfielder Paulo Dybala has signed for Roma on a free transfer.

After passing a medical, forward Dybala transfers to the Italian capital on a three-year agreement.

“The club is delighted to confirm the signing of the world-renowned forward!” Roma wrote in a tweet confirming the signing.

The international player from Argentina transferred from Palermo to Juve in 2015 and tallied 115 goals in 293 games for the team.

Dybala, 28, also assisted the team in winning four Coppa Italia crowns and five Serie A championships.

Dybala had been linked with offers to Manchester United and Inter Milan after leaving the Turin club, but he decided to join Roma instead, where he will work with manager Jose Mourinho.

READ MORE: John Mcenroe Hails Rafael Nadal Ahead Of US Open

Roma, who won the inaugural Europa Conference League last season, now has Dybala on the roster as they want to improve on their sixth-place showing from the previous year.

“The days that have led up to me signing this contract have been filled with so many emotions,” Dybala said.

“The speed and determination with which Roma demonstrated just how much they wanted me made all the difference.

“I am joining a team that is on the up, a club that continues to put in place strong foundations for the future, and a coach, Jose Mourinho, that it will be a privilege to work with.

“As an opponent, I have always admired the atmosphere created by the Roma fans – I now cannot wait for the chance to salute them while wearing this shirt.”

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