Paulo Dybala speaks to France Football
The front cover star of respected French football magazine France Football is Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala.
Dybala’s big quote in France Football is that he “won’t make any promises” about staying at Juventus for life.
Dybala tells France Football: “I won’t make any promises, especially since it’s not just down to me. At this moment though I’m not saying: ‘this is my last year, I’m going’. I think about the present and all there is to win.”
“In modern football we don’t know what the future will be”
The diminutive Argentine attacker continued: “The club suggested I play in the number 10, it’s an honour. In modern football we don’t know what the future will be, we had striking examples of that this summer.”
On his nomination for the Ballon d’Or, Dybala says: “Yes, it would be a nice challenge! Messi and Ronaldo have done incredible things, but Neymar is very close to their level, he has a chance for the next Ballon d’Or. As for me I’m waiting, I’m working to reach that level and win personal trophies.”
Dybala adds: “When I was little, after school, when the summer came we’d gather around a camp fire. One time, we each made a wish. Me, I said I wanted to be the best player in the world, and therefore win the Ballon d’Or.”
Paulo Dybala’s Manchester United hint
Dybala also drops a rather large Manchester United hint in the France Football interview.
Saying on top of the fact that he cannot guarantee staying at Juventus, with this line: “I must admit I miss Dani Alves and Pogba. Pogba is a friend of mine.”
Manchester United fans are once again hailing “Agent Pogba” – certainly it would be some coup if the Red Devils could sign Paulo Dybala!
See how Manchester United fans have reacted below.
I was honoured to live in Italy for two years and followed Dybala’s career. He’s a phenomenal player and would be a much better option for #MUFC than Ozil
— Toby Nicol (@TobyNicol) November 21, 2017
Dybala is a top player but I don’t think juve could sell him for anything less than €200m and united unlikely to pay that much
— €Rma (@Ander21Control) November 21, 2017
— Son Of Zeus (@Kvnq_Jamal) November 21, 2017
I wish Dybala to United happens 😏
— 🍁 (@VivaLaRish) November 21, 2017
imagine we snatch dybala next summer , @paulpogba do ur thingggg
— eimran (@eimranharith09) November 21, 2017
4-4-1-1 with Dybala behind Lukaku and Pogba behind Dybala, top
— FergieTime (@SSIIIIUUUU) November 21, 2017
Welcome to Manchester United Paulo Dybala
— D. (@PogbaRevived) November 21, 2017
— vishnu chari (@United_Journal) November 21, 2017
Dybala if sold would cost more than £150 million.
Don’t think United will spend that much on one player.
— The United Link 🏆 (@TheUnitedLink) November 21, 2017
— Manchester_United Fans (@_ManUtdFanpage_) November 19, 2017