Juventus forward Paulo Dybala dreams of ‘winning a World Cup and the Champions League’ and works to remain ‘an important player’ at the Bianconeri.
Argentina qualified for the World Cup in Qatar next year but Dybala didn’t take part in the decisive game against Brazil.
He returned to Turin after suffering an injury in the 1-0 win over Uruguay, but the stalemate with Brazil a few days later secured a place in Qatar 2022.
Dybala has been negotiating his immediate future with the Old Lady in recent months and reports in Italy claim he is on the verge of completing an extension with the club.
The 28-year-old revealed he still has ‘many goals to achieve’ in his career and spoke about his future with a Saudi Arabian fashion magazine.
“I always live looking to the future and thinking about the goals I would like to achieve,” Dybala told L’Officiel. “Being an important player at Juventus and growing as a person, as a man.
“I still have many goals to achieve both with my team and the national team. I love playing for my country. It makes me feel closer to my homeland, to my origins.
“Of course, I dream of winning a World Cup, just as I would like to win the Champions League. I work every day to achieve these results.”
Dybala has played 265 competitive games since joining the Bianconeri in 2015 and has contributed 106 goals in the process.
He has scored six goals in 11 competitive games, appearing nine times in Serie A 2021-22.
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