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Dybala excited to work under Mourinho after sealing Roma switch
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Paulo Dybala has signed a three-year contract with Roma
Paulo Dybala has signed a three-year contract with Roma

Roma boss Jose Mourinho has pulled off a major transfer coup to bring Argentine forward Paulo Dybala to the Italian club on a free transfer.

Dybala, 28, ended his seven-year spell at Juventus when his contract expired last month.

With a host of top European sides linked with his signature, Mourinho's Europa Conference League winners have won the race to land the hugely-talented South American.

Five-time Serie A winner Dybala joins the Giallorossi on a three-year deal and will hope to form a fruitful partnership with English striker Tammy Abraham in the Italian capital.

After sealing his move, Dybala said: "The days that led me to this signing were a combination of many emotions — the determination and the speed with which Roma showed they wanted me made the difference.

"I am joining a growing team, with a club that continues to lay ever more solid foundations for the future and a coach, Jose Mourinho, with whom it is a privilege to be able to work.

"As an opponent, I admired the atmosphere created by the Giallorossi fans, I can't wait to greet them with the Roma shirt on."


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