Paulo Dybala represents the South American country Argentina, which is known for having produced talented football players over the years. The great Diego Maradona, Gabriel Batistuta, Sergio Aguero, and, of course, Lionel Messi are just some of the outstanding players who have emerged from this country.
Paulo was born on November 15, 1993, in Córdoba, Argentina, the son of a multiracial family. During the Second World War, Paulo’s grandfather Boleslaw Dybala, a Pole from Krasniów, fled to Argentina. Paulo’s maternal grandmother comes from the Italian province of Naples.
Dybala, who has Italian citizenship, began his playing career at the Instituto de Córdoba, where he set the record and was the first to play 38 consecutive matches in an Argentine professional league. In April 2012 he moved to Palermo, where he played three seasons.
On 4 June 2015, Paulo Dybala signed a contract for Juventus worth 32 million euros. In his first season with Juve, The Old Lay won the Scudetto, and Paulo finished with 23 goals in all competitions. The next season, after Paul Pogba’s departure for Manchester United, Paulo had a less fruitful season in front of goal, scoring only 11 times in Serie A. The club reached the Champions League final, where they lost to Real Madrid. In the 2017/2018 season, Paulo had his most successful goalscoring career, scoring 26 goals in 46 games.
Paulo is currently one of the hottest young talents in beautiful football, and his popularity extends beyond his skills as a football player. His good looks are also a reason for his impressive female fan base. There are two women who have been associated with the Argentinian in recent years. The first is Antonella Cavalieri.
Antonella, an Argentinean part-time model, started with Paulo in 2015, and ‘Anto’, as she is known for short, became an online star who gained up to 280,000 followers on Instagram because of her relationship with Paulo. The couple was featured in numerous photos taken together. It seemed destined to last until September 2017, when the news came out that Paulo had another mysterious woman in his life.
She is a model named Ginevra Sozzi. She claims she had no idea who Dybala was before they started dating. According to the New York magazine Spy, the couple became the subject of conversation when they met on the Spanish island of Formentera.
Height, Weight, Body Measurements
Paulo Dybala is a gifted footballer, technically superior, and quite intelligent when it comes to decision-making. Dybala stands at a height of 1.77 m (1.77 m). He weighs 75 kg. His shoe size is unknown. He has black hair and brown eyes.
Other Interesting Facts About Paulo Dybala
Paulo was born following a prophecy from his father
His father, Adolfo Dybala, born into a middle-class family, made a statement that one of his sons would one day be born with a mission. to play soccer. And so it happened that Paulo, the youngest of three brothers, made a career in football. Unfortunately, his father, who had supported him in his formative years, did not live long enough to see his son play on the big stage. He died of cancer in September 2008.
The Argentine who could have played for other countries
Although he represents the Albiceleste, Paulo could easily have represented Italy or Poland. He has Italian citizenship and is of Polish descent.
Has several nicknames
Paulo Dybala has some nicknames that have been given to him over the years by different people. The first and most popular is La Joya, which was given to him by Argentine journalist Marcos Villalobos after he saw the star dazzle on the pitch when he was young.
The nickname has been lovingly embraced by teammates and fans alike. The second nickname is a bit complicated, as he had to leave home and move into the guest house of his first team, the Instituto de Cordoba. He was called El pibe de la pension, which translated means “the child who creates the pension”.
Paulo is a movie freak
He is a lover of the gladiator movie with Russell Crowe in the leading role. He says he’s seen the movie over 30 times.
The Dybala mask
The facts about Paulo will not be complete without his iconic Dybala masked celebration. It is a celebration he uses when he scores by creating a mask that covers half of his face with his thumb and index finger. He explained that this is the mask of the gladiator.