Paulo Dybala shares his opinion about Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
There has often been too much of debate when it comes to down to deciding one between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. Many footballing figures were rooting for the Argentine International who has been Barcelona’s main man over the last decade.
Despite both entering the thirties, both of them have been simply extraordinary for their sides. Cristiano Ronaldo decided to swap Real Madrid for Juventus in the summer transfer window to team up with the reigning Italian Champions.
The Portuguese has announced his arrival in supreme style as the Old Lady have dropped just four points in the first part of the season, and are already nine points shy of the second-placed Napoli.
On the other hand, Lionel Messi has been scoring for fun in the La Liga and the Champions League this term. There is no stopping these two who have produced some extraordinary rivalry over the past few years.
Paulo Dybala was asked to pick one from these two, but he refused to draw any comparisons by saying it that he is lucky to play alongside both Messi and Ronaldo in an interview.
— Mirror Football (@MirrorFootball) January 14, 2019
“I am lucky enough to have Cristiano at my club and Leo in my national team.
“But it’s impossible to make a comparison between the two of them or say who is the best because they are at a level on a par with each other and well above everybody else and that has been the case for several years.
“They are different, they have enormous influence because they can decide games on their own and because of the effect they have on the opposition.
“Cristiano is an example to follow in training and in his daily life, you can learn a lot from him.” Dybala says.
Clearing the final hurdle has always been a problem for Juventus in the past few Champions League seasons. But, with the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo who has won it more than any other player, they have a fantastic chance to lift the trophy for the first time since 1996.
The Argentine International Paulo Dybala has also quoted that the main objective for Massimiliano Allegri’s side is to lift the Champions League this term.
Dybala: «The Champions League is the main objective for us this season and we’ll do everything we can to win it.» pic.twitter.com/GqeoWKBufb
— JuveGrit (@JuveGrit) January 13, 2019
Paulo Dybala has not started pretty well in the league campaign, scoring just two goals till date, but has five European goals. He has been linked with a move away to Paris Saint Germain, Manchester City and Bayern Munich, but it would take the suitors some doing as they need to splash at least 140 million to stand a chance of landing him.
Juventus value Paulo Dybala at €130-€140m, with interest already arriving from Manchester City, PSG and Bayern Munich. Juventus have politely rejected approaches and will do so until spring when they discuss their transfer strategy and decide whether to sell him. [Tuttosport] pic.twitter.com/QMj85a2oG5
— City Watch (@City_Watch) January 11, 2019
Dybala’s assist, Cristiano’s goal. That’s my duo. 😍 pic.twitter.com/Hprbe8Jn7K
— Forza Juventus (@ForzaJuve2017) December 29, 2018
It is no brainer that both Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have produced top-notch rivalries over the last decade. Dybala believes that Neymar and Kylian Mbappe could reach the heights of those two in the future.