Juventus star Paulo Dybala has signed a new contract that will keep him in Turin until June 2022, the Serie A champions have announced.
Dybala made waves across Europe with two impressive goals in Juve's 3-0 win over Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals on Tuesday, and has been linked with a move to several Premier league clubs.
I've always just wanted to succeed in everything that I do and I know that Juventus is the perfect place to be if you want to win things.
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Paul Pogba may have struggled against Liverpool on Sunday, but the midfielder has actually improved since rejoining Man United from Juventus.
Pogba handled in the area to gift Liverpool a first-half lead shortly after scuffing a shot when through on goal.
But the stats above, courtesy of Oulala, suggest the French international is continuing to develop his game under Jose Mourinho.
Pogba has created more chances per game, produced a better pass completion rate and pulled off more successful passes per game at United than he did with Juventus last season.
Pogba's take-on success rate, aerial duels won, clearances and interceptions have also improved this season, although the latter three statistics are probably due to the Premier League being more competitive than Serie A.
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