Roma on Wednesday announced the signing of Paulo Dybala on a three-year contract after the Argentina forward’s deal with Juventus expired.
“I arrive at a team that is growing, with a club that continues to lay an increasingly solid foundation for the future and a coach, Jose Mourinho, with whom it is a privilege to work,” Dybala said in a statement.
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The 28-year-old had been touted for a move to Serie A runners-up Inter Milan, which would have ensured Champions League football next season.
Roma finished sixth in Serie A last season.
Sky reported that the contract was worth six million euros ($6.08m) per season including bonuses.