Former Roma attacker Roberto Pruzzo advised Mourinho on how to compensate for Dybala’s injury-related absence in a recent interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“During my years at the club I used to play together with Voeller and Graziani,” Pruzzo said, referring to the legendary Roma of the early 1980s.
“So, I can Abraham and Belotti can also play together. My teammates were intelligent so we equally distributed tasks among ourselves. What matters is for the two strikers to not be selfish.”
“I don’t think Abraham’s struggling because of Belotti’s arrival,” Pruzzo continued. “I still think he’s a very strong player and I love him.”
“I think this is just a matter of specific moments and situations. The moment he returns to the score sheet, he’ll start scoring regularly.”