Italian side AC Roma has already registered a new signing. The club enjoyed a fruitful season with their manager Jose Mourinho who led them to victory over Europa league.Official: AC Roma has confirmed the signing of Argentine attacking midfielder Paulo Dybala to the club. Dybala has joined the Italian side on a free transfer after the expiry of his contract at Juventus. His new contract will see him play for Roma until June 2025. Jose Mourinho has been key factor to complete this huge signing for RomaThe 30-year-old will be happy to be playing alongside skilled players like, Tammy Abraham and Zaniolo. Roma with this brilliant signing will be hoping to lift the domestic cup coming next season.Dybala has had a wonderful career while at Juventus which saw him lift a couple of trophies. He was able to play different positions for the club. This has mostly helped him to gain exposure to the game.
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