La Joya will be leaving Turin at the end of his contract in June as the Serie A giants have decided against extending his deal. The 28-year-old played his last game at the Allianz Stadium against Lazio tonight and was subbed off after 78 minutes.
The whole crowd gave him a standing ovation and Dybala briefly sat on the bench before taking one last walk around the pitch to say goodbye to his fans after seven years. The Argentinean spent a long time signing autographs and taking pictures with every fan and was still busy with them when the game ended after a late Sergej Milinkovic-Savic equaliser.
Paulo Dybala plays his final game at Allianz Stadium.
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Many fans were seen crying and Dybala looked moved as well but showed no reaction when Juventus fans made chants against their rivals Inter. The Curva and the rest of the stadium sang ‘Chi non salta Interista è’ (who doesn’t jump is Interista), but Dybala showed no reaction and continued signing autographs.
Inter are Juventus’ biggest rivals and are in pole position to sign the Argentinean star. Juventus fans had begged Dybala not to sign for Inter a few days ago, but Dybala just smiled from his car and didn’t say a word about his future.