Juventus winger Paulo Dybala celebrated scoring 100 goals for Juventus in six years by gifting himself with a brand new Lamborghini worth £395000. The player bought himself the car after becoming the first non-European player to reach the 100 goals milestone for a single club.
The player netted his 100th goal in a much against Sassuolo in a 3-1 win last week, alongside him was Cristiano Ronaldo who also scored his 100th goal as a Juventus player too. Both players set similar records on the same night.
The 27 year old Argentinian was happy to receive his new yellow sports car and decided to try it out. The player has managed 251 appearances for the Italian side with Juventus currently in turmoil for not qualifying for the Champions League.
Juventus are currently at fifth position with 75 points, just two points behind the fourth placed Napoli. Juventus will need a miracle to reach the top four with only a single game to play this season. Juventus will only qualify incase Napoli losses to Verona on Sunday,May 23 and they also win on the fateful day.
Meanwhile Paulo Dybala is hopeful of staying at the club despite rumours of the Argentinian being linked with a move to the English Premier League side. Two Premier League clubs are monitoring the Juventus Star and may make a bid for him, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United are the two clubs from the English side monitoring the player's progress.
Paulo Dybala's horsepower Lamborghini is able to move at a maximum speed of 100kph in three seconds, in an exclusive interview the Juventus Star claimed that he had to wait for a few years before he finally purchased his dream car, he further added that he fell for the sports car at first sight. The Argentinian is expected to be in the starting 11 against Atalanta in the Copa Italian that is set to be played on Wednesday May 19.
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