Following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo final month, Paulo Dybala now has a bigger position to play at Juventus. The Argentine is now the De Facto chief of the assault, with the division being consisted of youthful gamers – the likes of Federico Chiesa, Moise Kean and Dejan Kulusevski.
Furthermore, Max Allegri determined the relieve Leonardo Bonucci from his vice-captain duties, and La Joya has been sporting the armband in Giorgio Chiellini’s absence.
In 2017/18, the striker was in his most prolific kind, scoring 26 objectives for his membership, and former Juventus supervisor, Fabio Capello, believes that the participant must have a powerful workforce behind him to copy such figures.
“A very powerful side is that Dybala is bodily properly so as to not expertise a troubled season just like the final one. If he’s match, he has such high quality and creativity that he can assure one thing completely different for Juve,” mentioned the previous England supervisor in an interview with Tuttosport by way of ILBianconero.
“Dybala can present objectives and assists, but in addition decisive performs and objectives from free-kicks and penalties. To be able to repeat the 26 objectives of his finest season, nevertheless, he additionally wants the workforce, as he can’t do it on his personal.”
Alternatively, Dybala’s former Juventus teammate, Andrea Barzagli, believes that the Argentine ought to have the ball at his ft on the most decisive moments within the match.
“I count on Juventus to pull alongside. The workforce has all of the potential to succeed. Dybala’s leap in high quality doesn’t solely contain numbers, which in any case weighs on him as a result of It’s not simple to drop from 20 objectives per season to only 10,” mentioned the retired defender additionally in an interview with Tuttosport by way of ILBianconero.
“However it can be crucial that Paulo drags the youngest gamers through the match by asking for the ball within the essential moments of the match.”