Paulo Dybala, the Juventus forward, has posted an emotional message as he prepares for his final home game before leaving the club this summer. Dybala’s contract expires this summer, and he will become a free agent following a trophy-laden seven years in Turin.
On Monday night, he could make his farewell home appearance against Lazio, with the hosts having already earned Champions League football for next season. Dybala has yet to decide on his future club, although sources in Italy say he wants to continue in Serie A, with Inter Milan leading the race.
Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur, for example, are still interested in bringing him to the Premier League. The 28-year-old thanked Old Lady fans for their support and admitted that he didn’t expect to depart the club so soon.
“It’s tough to find the appropriate words to greet you since there are so many years and so many feelings all at once,” the Argentina international said on Instagram on Sunday.
‘I had hoped we would have spent much more time together, but fate has us on different roads. Every game, every goal, you made my experience, I will never forget.”
I learned, lived, and dreamed with you; it’s been seven years of enchantment, 12 trophies, and 115 goals that no one can take away from us. ‘Thank you for standing by me during these trying times.
Thank you to everyone who has supported me throughout the years, from the first to the last, from fans to club employees, coaches, and teammates, employees and managers. Wearing this significant shirt and the captain’s armband has been one of my biggest sources of pride, which I wish to pass down to my children and grandchildren.
It’s hard to believe, but tomorrow will be my final match in this shirt, but it will be our final goodbye. ‘It won’t be easy, but I’ll go into battle with a grin on my face and my head held high, knowing that I’ve given my all for you.’
Dybala has 15 goals and six assists in 37 games for Juventus despite a disappointing season. In addition to Manchester United and Tottenham, Newcastle United and Arsenal have also made inquiries about the Argentine.
However, Inter Milan appears to be in control, with coach Simone Inzaghi planning to pair Dybala with fellow countryman Lautaro Martinez in a new-look attack next season.