Paulo Dybala has finalized his surprise move to Roma, signing a three-year contract with Jose Mourinho’s side.
After leaving Juventus as a free agent at the end of last month, the Italian capital-based club was in a three-way battle with Napoli and Inter Milan to capture his services.
The Argentina international’s contract at the Stadio Olimpico will last until 2025 and will pay £5 million (€6 million) each year, including bonuses. According to the Italian newspaper La Repubblica, he has also had a £17 million release clause added to his contract, which will go into effect next summer.
The argentinian gem will be a key factor in the club and a tool that’ll be used by manager Jose Mourinho to bolster Roma’s attack and bring back it’s long lost domestic and european success.