(MENAFN) Juventus didn’t extend the contract with Argentine center forward Paulo Dybala, the Italian club announced on Thursday.
The Italian club Juventus stated in the announcement that "He arrived in Turin as a young, talented promise, and now he bids Juve farewell, taking with him a wealth of experience that have made him the champion he is now."
Juventus also added to the announcement that "The seven years together were not only made up of goals and victories, there were flashes of skill, unforgettable nights, and performances of absolute quality."
Dybala, who made his transfer to Juventus coming from Palermo 7 years ago, got 115 goals and 48 assists under his name in 293 appearances.
The 28-year-old raise a total of 12 cups, which are five Serie A titles, four Italian Cups, as well as three Italian Super Cups throughout his seven-year time with the Italian football club.
He also netted three goals in 34 games for Argentina.
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