Football NewsPaulo Dybala hints he’s interested in moving to PL
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Paulo Dybala is leaving Juve this summer on a free transfer and has attracted interest from a number of clubs.


What did Paulo Dybala say?

The Argentine player, who is said to be a summer transfer target for the Gunners, has hinted that he will enjoy a move to the PL as he prepares to enter free agency at the end of his contract at the Bianconeri. Paulo Dybala has confirmed that he will cut ties with Juventus as soon as his current deal comes to an end. Various drop-off points have been speculated for the Argentine footballer and the player admits that new challenges in England or Spain have obvious appeal.

The South American star has spent the past seven years with Juventus, registering 115 goals in 293 appearances, but is poised to start a new chapter in his career in 2022. Questioned about his future plans, the man, who was also heavily linked to Serie A giants Inter, said he was pretty calm, the people who work with him take care of things.

According to Paulo Dybala, he is very comfortable in Italy. Paulo would still like to know other leagues like Premier League but he is happy in Italy. The Argentine has been there for 10 years, he knows the tournament and now they treat him like he’s Italian. Dybala is focused on the national team, he must think about his future with a calm head. The Argentina international hasn’t decided anything, his agent is thinking about it, he should be thinking about Argentina.


A little about the topic

The Argentina striker was among the targets of Copa América title holders Argentina as they swept away Euro 2020 winners Italy in the 2022 final at Wembley. Lautaro Martinez and Angel Di Maria were also targeted by Albicelesta, who saw Mercury captain Messi put on another creative masterclass as he claimed the Man of the Match award.

If Paulo had contacted Inter over the coming weeks, he would have reunited with international colleague Martinez at the San Siro. The presence of a familiar face in Milan may work in favor of the Nerazzurri – while Argentine icon Javier Zanetti is vice president at Inter – but Paulo insists no decision has been made on his future.