Ever since signing for Juventus in the summer of 2015, Paulo Dybala has wasted no time in establishing himself as one of Europe’s most thrilling forward players.
Seamlessly stepping up to the big stage following three years with Palermo, Dybala ended his maiden campaign in the black and white as Juve’s leading scorer with 23 goals across all competitions and second-highest assist maker (nine).
The arrival of Gonzalo Higuain the next season would mean that the Argentina international switched to a slightly deeper role. Nevertheless, this is a change that the exceptionally talented player has embraced with both arms.
It’s now a common sight for La Joya to be strutting his stuff in any corner of the field, but it’s inside and around the edge of the area where he’s been at his devastating best, scoring wonder strike after wonder strike with that magical left foot of his.