Juventus’ Superstar Paulo Dybala said “everything is going his way” as the rising Argentine star turns his concentration to Wednesday’s Champions League conflict with Greek champions Olympiakos.
Since quite a while ago hailed as the beneficiary to national colleague Lionel Messi the 23-year-old is the main striker in residential alliance activity crosswise over Europe stowing ten objectives — including two cap traps — in six Serie An amusements.
“Right now everything is going my direction, we’re still toward the begin, I plan to proceed with like this,” said the player named ‘The Jewel’ who landed in Turin from Palermo in 2015.
“I’m in a time of incredible certainty. I’ve changed rationally, I need to develop and enhance to go quite far.”
Against Olympiakos he will hope to open his count in Europe after Juventus fell 3-0 to Messi’s Barcelona in their window ornament raiser.
His style of play has changed this season with mentor Massimiliano Allegri giving the livewire forward flexibility to take after his impulses in the number 10 pullover worn by club legends, for example, Michel Platini, Roberto Baggio and Alessandro Del Piero.
“I like this framework at Juve, in light of the fact that the mentor gives me space to move,” he said.
Humble, dynamic and furnished with a destructive left foot, Dybala could be a model of a Messi clone.
The likenesses between the two Argentines have been noted by Dybala’s strike accomplice Gonzalo Higuain among others.
What’s more, Dybala credits five-time world player of the year Messi as a wellspring of motivation.