Paulo Dybala rubbishes transfer rumours saying that he is committed to Juventus’ big plans for this season. And, he also assures that he’s happy to be playing for Juventus despite transfer speculation and slowdown in his form.
He told Sport Bild as Football Italia reports, “I’m very happy to be playing for Juventus. We have big objectives and that’s what I am focused on. The transfer market is absolutely not a problem for me.”
Dybala was criticized for his performances early in the season and not able to compete with Juventus new man Cristiano Ronaldo. Bianconeri coach Massimiliano Allegri tried different formation and he even given rest to Dybala and opted for Juan Cuadrado, Douglas Costa, or Federico Bernardeschi on certain occasion to join the front three alongside Cristiano Ronaldo and Mario Mandzukic.
It’s only in October, Dybala came shining again. He scored a hat-trick against BSC Young Boys in UEFA Champions League and got his reputation back. The Jewel was once again back in main frame and continues to be central force in Juventus’ forward line.
Those who could have noticed, they must have said that Ronaldo’s absence helped him to get his confidence back. Ronaldo was suspended against Young Boys after earning a marching order against Valencia, and Dybala sees it as an opportunity to get his lost glory back. It certainly worked for him and now he is again central force in Juventus starting lineup.
Dybala also scored his first international goal for Argentina this week against Mexico in 2-0 friendly victory. Inter Milan’s Mauro Icardi also scored his first Argentina goal in the very same match. It seems that duo is enjoying each-other company in national side in absence of talisman Lionel Messi.