Paulo Dybala is expected to start alongside Nicolo Zaniolo and Tammy Abraham in Roma’s season opener on Sunday with Salernitana.
The Argentine international is coming off two convincing performances with Tottenham and Shakhtar Donetsk, and is now looking to seal a personal record.
As reported in today’s edition of Corriere della Sera, Dybala could reach 100 Serie A goals this coming weekend.
The 28-year-old has bagged 98 league goals in total over the years and has now a chance to join a prestigious group of fellow countrymen when it comes to scoring over 100 Serie A goals with the likes of Gabriel Batistuta, Hernan Crespo and Gonzalo Higuain leading the list.
If not against Salernitana, Dybala could try and complete this record against his former team – Juventus – on August 27th.