Tue 26 July 2022 | 14:37

Dybala doesn't feel betrayed by Inter and adores Mourinho

Inter seemed like the team most likely to sign Paulo Dybala, a star player who used to play for Juventus. However, the Argentine forward ended up joining Inter's Serie A rivals, Roma.

Paulo Dybala

started his time as a


player by saying he didn't have anything bad to say about


after his move to San Siro didn't happen.

Dybala, an Argentine forward, has joined Roma after his contract with Juventus was allowed to run out. The 28-year-old is confident that the capital club is getting stronger and stronger.

Dybala seemed like he would choose Inter after leaving Juventus, but Nerazzurri managing director

Giuseppe Marotta

said last week that the club had "no room" and "no need" to make that deal. During the offseason, they signed Romelu Lukaku and Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

At a presentation press conference, Dybala said, "I didn't feel like I was betrayed." "Since my deal with Juve ended, I've talked to some teams more than others. Marotta and I get along very well." Dybala said that Roma's general manager, Tiago Pinto, convinced him to join the Giallorossi, and he thinks that the club's win of the Europa League trophy last season will be the start of more success.

He said that if he scored against Juventus, he wouldn't cheer, and he wouldn't talk about a Serie A title challenge, which was fair. Last season, Roma came in sixth in the league, 23 points behind the winner, Milan.

Dybala said, "Roma won a very important trophy, and they want to be ambitious for the future." "With the help of the coach and the players, Roma has grown. We want to win each game and then see where we stand. There are teams ahead of us in the race for the Scudetto right now, so we need to work hard to do well.

"I know there is a strong desire, but it's too soon to talk about it. I like to win, though." So does

Jose Mourinho

, who is in charge of Roma and will have high hopes for Dybala. Dybala scored 15 goals and had six assists in 38 games across all competitions last season, which was a big step in the right direction after a disappointing 2020-21 campaign (five goals, three assists in 26 games).

"Both Mou and the company showed me seriousness, enthusiasm, and awareness," Dybala said at his presentation on Tuesday. "Since I knew how the Roma built, I didn't have any doubts about which to choose. The coach will decide where I play based on what is best for the team. I'm willing to play wherever he says is best. Before I moved here, it was a lot of fun to talk to Mourinho, and all of our talks were very useful."

source: SportMob

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