Paulo Dybala agrees to join Roma on a 3-year deal

The Paulo Dybala saga has seemingly come to a conclusion, with reliable reports suggesting that the former Juventus man has agreed to join Roma.

According to journalist Gianluca Di Marzio, Paulo Dybala has said “yes” to Roma’s offer, confirming his intention to join hands with Jose Mourinho this summer.

The report understands that La Joya has signed a 3-year contract with the Giallorossi.

The deal is thought to be completed between the Italian club and the entourage of the player, with pacey developments in recent hours leading Dybala to accept the offer proposed by the Roman club.

It is also suggested that the 28-year-old creative playmaker will earn a salary of around €6 million per season (including various bonuses).

The Argentinian has always shown his willingness to stay in Italy. Inter, Milan, and Napoli were understandably interested in signing the ex-Palermo star, but Jose Mourinho’s Roma has won the race.

It is reported that the former Inter manager has played a crucial role in convincing the diminutive South American to make a move to the Italian capital.

GIFN | Jyotirmoy Halder

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