Dybala Reveals Mourinho Affection Amid Uncertain Roma Future

Ahead of a first-ever European meeting between RB Salzburg and Roma, playmaker Paulo Dybala has disclosed that he is as uncertain as anyone else when it comes to his future. The Giallorossi signed Dybala at the start of the season, and the Argentine has not failed to impress in his first season in the Italian capital.

Speaking at the press conference ahead of the Europa League encounter against Salzburg, Dybala shed light on his future.

“With all due respect, the clause I have in the contract is something between my agents and the club. I don’t know what will happen at the end of the year, I don’t even know what will happen with Mourinho, you have to ask him. I want to be coached by Mourinho because he’s among the best, now I’m only thinking about Salzburg. The year is very long and I want to win with Roma and I want Roma to play in the Champions League next year.” (via Calciomercato)

La Joya warned his teammates not to take Salzburg lightly.

“It’s not easy for any team to play in the Champions League. We know we’re facing a difficult team. It won’t be easy. We’ll be ready for tomorrow’s match, which will certainly be a battle.”

Dybala won the World Cup with Argentina at the end of last year but is yet to win a major European club trophy apart from the Scudetto.

“Winning at international level is very nice, I’ve never done it at club level and it’s something I miss. Winning helps to win, I’ve had the chance to win many trophies in my career, I hope to win some trophies at European level because they taste better.”

Roma remain unbeaten against Austrian opponents in Europe and have scored at least once in each of their last 33 games in continental competitions. The Giallorossi will look to inflict a fifth consecutive Europa League defeat for Salzburg.

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