Juventus win the race for Paulo Dybala

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Palmero forward Paulo Dybala has ended the speculation surrounding his possible summer move after putting pen to paper with Juventus. The 21-year-old has signed a five year deal that will see the striker stay with Juve until 2020.

Juventus and Palmero agreed a €32m fee for the strikers services after several clubs have been linked with the Argentine forward including Arsenal, Manchester United and Inter Millan.

The transfer fee set for the youngsters move will be paid to Palmero over four years and could include a further €8m based on the completion of “certain conditions” that are likely to include his number of appearances and trophy successes whilst in Italy.

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‘La Joya’ hit 13 goals and provided 10 assists in his final season at the club after forming a successful bond will fellow strike-partner Franco Vázquez.

Massimiliano Allegri will be hoping to incorporate the striker into his plans for next seasons domestic and Champions League campaigns as rumours of a Carlos Tevez departure circle.

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Dybala was in integral figure in a strong Palmero squad that finished 11th in the 2013-14 Serie A table. The left-footed forward had made his name as a versatile attacking player, able to to excel in several positions and with his back to goal.

Palnero president Maurizio Zamparini has said of the young striker: ”in two years will be better than Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Ibrahimovic" and upon landing him from Instituto declared "We have signed Paulo Dybala – the new Sergio Agüero".

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