One of the most representative figures of Juventus in recent years said goodbye on Monday. Paulo Dybala, after seven seasons, will leave the Old Lady in June, once his contract expires. He played his last game at the Juventus Stadium against Lazio.
It was a tough moment for the Argentinian, who broke down in tears at the end of the match and also decided to appear on Instagram to say goodbye to all the 'Bianconeri' fans. This Tuesday, he wanted to do the same, but on Twitter and with a video in which he explained his feelings at the end of his life in Turin.
"I arrived here when I was 21 years old, like the number I wore. In those years I grew as a footballer and as person. They were beautiful years, full of joy, work, goals and victories. Not everything always went as I expected and as we deserved, but we always raised ourselves up. Thanks to this team I achieved important goals, I found special teammates, I always felt loved by the fans, by the people, by the children, and I will never forget it," said the Argentinian.
" As time went by, the responsibilities increased, and I always tried to live up to them. We were together for seven years, with beautiful moments and some difficult ones. We're parting ways, but I will always carry them in my heart because they gave me love and respect. Thank you all," he finished.