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JUVENTUS, Dybala: "Joining Barça would be wonderful, but..."

09.06.2020 08.53 by Claudio Colla  read 503

Interviewed by CNN, Juventus and Argentinian NT star forward Paulo Dybala, addressed with rumours linking him to a Barcelona FC future, alongside no less than Leo Messi, stated: "Barça are of course a wonderful club. Messi included, they are even more of it. It would be an interesting experience, of course. But I'm with Juventus, which are an outstanding club to play for too. Coming from a great history, full of amazing players. There's enough quality to line up two high-standard teams, and I can play alongside champions such as CR7 and Buffon".

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