According to latest reports, Paulo Dybala will join AS Roma on a 3-year deal after leaving Juventus this summer due to the expiration of his contract. The 28-year-old was a target for Inter Milan before they re-signed Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea. He was then courted by AC Milan and Napoli, but now AS Roma have moved ahead of the queue to sign the forward. The total package for the deal will cost six million Euros. There is growing optimism and a decision will be made in the coming hours.
While Paulo Dybala is still a top player, those days are becoming far fewer with injuries blighting his consistency. However, he will be hoping Jose Mourinho, who reportedly played a huge part in convincing the player, will get the best out of him. The Giallorossi will be an even more formidable side with La Joya on their side.