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Paulo Dybala has revealed that his dream is to win the Champions League with Juventus, even though speculation about his future at the club continues to grow.
The Argentine international only has 18 months left of his current contract with the Old Lady and 90min has previously revealed that several Premier League clubs have been alerted to their possible availability.
Dybala seemed ready to leave Turin in the summer with Manchester United and Tottenham discussed as potential destinations, but the deal did not materialize. Now the 27-year-old has spoken of his joy when he first arrived at the club, adding that he dreams of winning the Champions League with the Bianconeri.
When asked about his dreams in an interview (via Gazetta dello Sport), Dybala replied: “I have two. The first is to win the Champions League with Juve, the other is to win the World Cup with Argentina.
“Luckily I have had many beautiful moments with Juve. We have won a lot together, but I think getting here was a unique emotion.
“With this shirt, my first conference was one of the best moments. I hope there will be a lot of goals and the important thing for now will be to win the Super Cup in January with Napoli.”
Dybala went on to speak of his joy at receiving the famous Juventus number 10 jersey in 2017, and says he is well aware of the jersey’s meaning.
“It is an important number, there is a lot of responsibility but I am proud to wear this number,” he added. “The day they gave me this jersey it was not easy to accept, because I knew what that number was wearing, but beyond that, it is the emblem in front of him that is most important. Juve is asked for more, you always have to give more. “
The forward has struggled to make an impact on Juventus’ first team this season, and Andrea Pirlo has allowed him just five Serie A starts so far.
Despite speculation about his future at the club, the Argentine could not hide his joy when asked about his move to Turin in 2015, insisting that he only wanted to move to Juventus once he learned of the Italian giant’s interest. for him.
“First I asked if [Juventus’ interest] It was a joke, “he said.” There were other teams looking for me, but I told my agent that I just wanted to know about Juve. I had nothing else in mind. “