Paulo Dybala, a striker for Roma, has claimed he doesn’t regret joining the team this summer.
Following the expiration of his Juventus contract, Dybala became a free agent.
After conversing with Jose Mourinho, the Argentina international made the decision to sign with the Giallorossi.
In an interview with TribalFootball, Dybala expressed his happiness with Roma’s advancements.
“Yes, my time at Juventus over the past few years wasn’t easy; I needed a change. When (Jose) Mourinho called, I made a choice shortly after.
He and the director both chatted with me about the project and their ambition to keep winning as they did the previous year.
“Being a leader in such a team really helps me. The fans’ greetings? It was strange.
You are with your teammates when you enter the stadium, but I was by myself. I’d never experienced it before.
“In terms of fervor, Roma fans are comparable to Argentinian fans.
Argentinean culture is more prevalent than Juventus culture.
Roma is prioritized over the family for them, and they have a lovely craziness, I sense this affection. They are avid football fans like us.