He arrived at Juventus as a wide-sided attacker and continued his adventure as one of the team’s most eclectic “jokers”, who has since gone on to establish himself as a disruptive full-back. His style of play is a joy to watch, and fans will have a reason to flash as bright as he has when they hear the news that he has extended his stay at Juventus until 2022.
His story in Turin is a novel made of various successes, great plays, samba moves, unforgettable moments, and above all, numbers of a true champion. There are many statistics that certify the quality of the Colombian champion: for example, he is one of the few (six) Bianconeri to boast at least 15 goals and 15 assists since his arrival in 2015/16 season. To be precise, he has in fact bagged 28 assists to his name.
It is with such numbers that he made a fundamental contribution to the victory of four Scudetti, three Italian Cups and one Italian Super Cup. But the numbers, as often happens, are not enough to qualify the stature of a single player.