Dybala defines his stance on Ronaldo vs Messi battle and angers fans

Paulo Dybala has played with both Messi and Ronaldo in different times.

By Juan Macías

Paulo Dybala, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo
Paulo Dybala, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo
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The battle between Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo has forced some players to take a side, and now there is Dybala with his stance that made some fans angry with him.

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Paulo Dybala has been one of the players that could show off that he has played with both players in his career, with Ronaldo he shared the Juventus team as they manage to win some titles together in Italy. Messi was part of the Argentina National team that was able to win the World Cup, and Dybala was also part of this team as he defines his stance on both.

Messi, Ronaldo and [Gonzalo] Higuain are my three favourite team-mates in the world of football,” Dybala started and there are even some rumours that he could be looking to make a move to the Saudi Arabia football. He has had a really good career and being a 30 year old footballer he might be looking to end on a good note, and his next step could be the last one.

Dybala then added, “Ronaldo, he’s a champion. Playing with him at Juventus was wonderful. I learned about the dedication to my profession from him and the desire to win, despite everything I had already achieved." On Ronaldo, as he was key for their time together in the italian team, and this made some argentinian fans angry with him as well.

“Although my dream since I was a child was to play with Messi... he is already a constant inspiration. To have shared the World Cup victory with him is something I will never forget,” Dybala said on Messi, and while the Roma attacker decided not to take a side, most of the fans are angry that he did not support his national team partner on this debate between the players.

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Paulo Dybala future

Most of the sources close to Paulo Dybala believe that he could be looking to make a move in the next part of the season, and the fact is that he might also be ready to hear the offers from the Saudi Arabia football this next summer.

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