The ex-Palermo forward agreed to join Juventus on a five-year deal worth €32 million shortly after their 3-1 defeat to Barcelona in last season’s Champions League final and the youngster, nicknamed La Joya, has the ability to take the Bianconeri one step further this term.
Born in Cordoba, on 15th November 1993, Dybala’s prodigal talents and goalscoring in Argentina earned him a move from his hometown club Istituto to Palermo in 2012.
Last season saw the electric attacker come of age as he scored 13 goals and laid on 10 assists for the Rosanero including a memorable backheel on the run and finish against city rivals Torino in December.
The talented forward, who displayed in Sicily his ability to lead the line as well as play off the front notably when cutting in from the right on his favored left foot, is in the mold of fellow Argentines Sergio Aguero and Carlos Tevez, offering the ability to conjure something from nothing as well as working hard off the ball.
His Bianconeri career began with a bang when he came off the bench to score the team's second in August's Super Cup triumph over Lazio in Shanghai.
International caps and trophies are sure to come to the Argentine, who is also eligible to represent Poland and Italy.