"He had the patience to wait and grow slowly, and now he’s still that clean and healthy guy who arrived in Palermo in 2012, but he’s grown up to such a degree that he has nothing to envy from anyone in the world."
It has been a good week for the 23-year-old, after he scored a brace for Juventus against Barcelona on Tuesday night, and yesterday signed a new contract with the Bianconeri until 2021.
The 59-year-old al真人外围投注so revealed that there was initial skepticism when former owner Maurizio Zamparini gushed about the arrival of Dybala.
线上足球投注"But his strength has always been within him, arrived in Italy as a clean and healthy guy, he’s smart and determined.
"Then as soon as we saw him touch the ball we looked him in the face realising that he was indeed a potential phenomenon.
"When Zamparini told us of his arrival, he spoke of him like a phenomenon in the same way as [Lionel] Messi or [Diego] Maradona.
"When he came we very quickly saw what he could do,” the former Rosanero boss told Tuttospo网上21点rt. “From a technical point of view he was already an alien but he needed time to withstand the physical impacts and above all [to understand] tactics.
Former Palermo Coach Giuseppe Sannino reveals that Paulo Dybala was 'already an alien' when he arrived at the club in 2012.
"A little scepticism on our part was inevitable, he was a boy who had never had an international youth call-up and that he hadn’t even played in the Argentine league.
"There is no need to recount a particular example but I remember every year in training where maybe he was facing a one-on-three, he emerged with a simplicity that was out of the ordinary."