Dybala: Since Ronaldo Has Arrived At Juve...
Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has discussed the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo at the club, and gave his thoughts on whether or not he thinks the Portuguese can help them win the UEFA Champions League.
Check out Dybala and his new adidas COPAs in the gallery above!
Dybala and Ronaldo already have 15 goals and seven assists between them so far this season as they clicked straight into firing mode following the latter's arrival from Real Madrid, and Lionel Messi's international teammate thinks the former Manchester United star could be the missing link in the UCL.
Despite his young age, the former Palermo hitman has already racked up a host of trophies in his career, but will be eager to see the as yet elusive UCL medal being added to his cabinet in the coming years.
"Of course with the arrival of Cristiano it is a test to everyone, because of what he signifies and everything that he has achieved," the 24-year-old at the launch of the adidas COPA boot, of which he is an ambassador.
"I believe in previous years we have proven that we are capable to win the Champions League, but we have had a bit of bad luck too, especially for what happened last year against Madrid. Also, I think getting to the quarter-finals in the previous four years, we haven't had the luck of winning the competition, but hopefully we do this season.
"Since Cristiano has arrived, we have always tried to work together and tried to be comfortable with one another. I think we have been doing it well. We have scored really important goals for Juventus together, but I think the whole team is important and I think we all have to know each other well. Cristiano arrived only recently, but we all know the importance that he has on everyone and we knew his style from before. We know how he plays and how he works."
Meanwhile, discussing his new adidas boot, the Argentine international was full of praise, saying: "I had the opportunity with my first match with the COPA and really it was an incredible feeling, because it was the first time I wore them in a match and it was a boot that I felt like I had worn a lot, because of the comfort for touch it had, because of how I felt it on the foot. It was a new experience and incredible because it felt like I had always worn it before."
Dybala will don his new COPAs against Mexico this week when Argentina face them in an international friendly.