Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala has announced in an emotional post on social media that he will be leaving the Italian giants this summer.
Dybala, who is in his seventh season in Turin after three campaigns with Palermo, revealed that Monday's Serie A clash with Lazio will be his last for the Bianconeri.
"It is difficult to find the right words to greet you," he wrote on Twitter.
"There are many years and many emotions involved, all together ... I thought we would be together even more years, but fate puts us on different paths."
E’ difficile trovare le parole giuste per salutarvi, ci sono di mezzo tanti anni e tante emozioni, tutte assieme...Pensavo che saremmo stati insieme ancora più anni, ma il destino ci mette su strade diverse. pic.twitter.com/D3cfK2vZ2yMay 15, 2022
And he added: "I will never forget everything you made me experience, every game, every goal.
"With you I grew up, I learned, I lived and I dreamed. It has been 7 years of magic, 12 trophies and 115 goals that no one will take away from us. Never. Thank you for supporting me in difficult times."
Dybala, whose contract expires this summer, is available on a free transfer.
The Argentine attacker has been linked with Atletico Madrid, Inter and Roma, among others, but could also interest a number of Premier League clubs.
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Ben Hayward is Weekend Editor for FourFourTwo. A European football writer with over 15 years’ experience, he has covered games all over the world - including three World Cups, several Champions League finals, Euros, Copa América - and has spent much of that time in Spain. He currently divides his time between Barcelona and London.
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