Paulo Dybala: Ova Sabatini spoke about her desire to bring the footballer to the River and gave her opinion on the footballer’s present

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Paulo Dybala: Ova Sabatini spoke about her desire to bring the footballer to the River and gave her opinion on the footballer’s present

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Paulo Dybala has left Juventus but his fate will continue in Italy. Photo: REUTERS/Alberto Lingria.

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osvaldo sabatini talked this afternoon with TyC Sports and told about his desire to see Paulo Dybala, his daughter Oriana’s girlfriend, playing in Marcelo Gallardo’s River. But he said it was “impossible”, at least for now.

“My daughter joked and everyone was excited,” Ova began, and immediately added: “I would have liked him to go to the River but it was impossible. It was an impossible dream. The illusion was pierced in the beginning ”, he confessed between laughs.

Regarding his possible arrival at Inter, a rumor that has been circulating in recent hours, Sabatini said: “Nothing confirmed yet. I really play half by ear but still nothing confirmed.

Meanwhile, Catherine Fulop’s husband spoke about the forward’s moving farewell to his last game in Turin, where he was moved to tears by the applause of the local public: “Seven years playing there. He is a figure of Juventus. people love himYou see how the men, others are crying. The truth is touching and good. All stages are done and one will start with new experiences and for him is a growth as a player and as a person.

Sabatini with Paulo Dybala, on a family archive postcard.  Photo: Instagram.

Sabatini with Paulo Dybala, on a family archive postcard. Photo: Instagram.

Regarding his time with the Albiceleste team, he was blunt: “He has been called up almost always and that is good. I personally believe he doesn’t have too many opportunities on the playing fieldbut the important thing is that he is called and he will obviously have opportunities ”.

In addition, in returning to talk about the River, Ova referred to Marcelo Gallardo’s team strengths: “The incorporations are nice but you have to give it time. Playing on the River is not easy, its speed is dizzying, you have to be super physical and then you have to adapt to what Gallardo demands, which is not easy. Yesterday I was watching Independiente and then I put on River and it shows that the rhythms are very different. “

Dybala says goodbye to Juventus.  Photo: REUTERS/Massimo Pinca

Dybala says goodbye to Juventus. Photo: REUTERS/Massimo Pinca

Regarding Thursday’s win that left River at the top of Group F of the Copa Libertadores, he added: “Yesterday’s game against Colo Colo was tough, we unlocked it with a carom goal and then our style was clear. prevailed. I think River raised the bar. I really like the way Liverpool play, which clears the gap, I think it has something to do with that style of play ”.

The departure of Julián Álvarez leaves a void that is difficult to fill in the attack and one of the names that emerged was the name of a former River: “I wish Alario would have come to replace Julián Álvarez, but I found out it wasn’t coming. It’s a pity because we would have been a little longer, but hey “, he said ova.

And he concluded: “Where he is, he doesn’t play much or alternate, here he will play more and have more visibility. It suits the player, from now until the World Cup starts, to play and have of continuity “.

Dybala to Rome?

In the final hours, Francesco Totti spoke about his intention to bring Dybala to Rome. “We’ll see if I can get Paulo Dybala to Roma. I’ll meet him on Monday and hopefully I can convince him,” he launched.

The Argentine striker will leave Juventus at the end of the season after failing to renew at the Italian institution. “I was with him in Milan against former Cameroonian striker Samuel Eto’o. We will play together and I will give him some advice. I will try to ‘make his head’ and I hope it will work “, Totti promised about Dybala. And he clarified: “As long as Rome shares this idea”

Dybala, 28, came to Calcio from the Instituto de Córdoba in 2012 to play for Palermo and in 2015 he moved to Juventus, a club where he scored 115 goals, celebrated 12 titles and where fans said goodbye to him on Monday (along with eternal captain Giorgio Chiellini) in the last match played by Massimiliano Allegri’s team at home in the championship and drawn against Lazio.

The Argentine, who will leave a very good memory at the Turin club, is wanted by Inter, but it remains to be seen if Totti manages to convince him to play next season for the team from the capital.

Source: Clarin

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