Following the historic win for his country, Roma attacker Paulo Dybala took the time to dedicate Argentina’s victory of this year’s World Cup tournament to the Giallorossi given the club’s continuous support in his recovery ahead of the highly anticipated tournament.
The 28-year-old is now back in his hometown, Laguna Larga, after celebrations in Buenos Aires came to an end two days ago.
According to Corriere dello Sport, Dybala has reached out to Roma’s management and his club teammates after lifting the long-awaited trophy.
The phone calls served to thank the capital club for their contribution in his speedy recovery and putting at the center of their project, thus increasing his chances to be called up by Lionel Scaloni.
As reported by the Italian newspaper, Dybala is extremely grateful that Roma were willing to take a chance on him despite the difficult last two years at Juventus.