Video: Paulo Dybala avoids celebrating before staring down Juventus management vs Udinese
Footage of Juventus star Paulo Dybala’s celebration (or lack thereof) after finding the net in the club’s meeting with Udinese has turned plenty of heads online this evening.
For those not aware, the name of Argentine international Dybala has taken centre stage in the Italian media headlines across the week to date.
This comes amid suggestions of a fresh hiccup in contract negotiations between the hitman and Juventus hierarchy.
Dybala, as things stand, is set to become a free agent this summer, opening the door to a move elsewhere, with no fee attached.
In turn, reports rapidly spreading across Italy, originating in the 28-year-old’s home country of Argentina, that Dybala had been left livid with those in a position of power in Turin on the back of an altered contract proposal, were met with understandable concern on the part of the Juve faithful.
According to reports in Argentina, Paulo Dybala is unhappy with Juventus’ decision to change their contract offer and is ready to open talks with other clubs, leaving Turin as a free agent in the summer. https://t.co/RInlKOrnJ6 #Juve #Juventus #Dybala #SerieA #Transfers
— footballitalia (@footballitalia) January 13, 2022
Reliable Bianconeri sources, earlier today, did move to reassure those of a Juventus persuasion that there was no need to fret over their side’s no. 10, but, if the latest actions on the part of Dybala himself are anything to go by, then all appears far from rosy at the Allianz Stadium…
Allegri’s troops are currently locked in action in Serie A, leading Udinese by a goal to nil in Turin.
Dybala, meanwhile, bagged the game’s only goal thus far, courtesy of a trademark left-footed strike:
Paulo Dybala’s left foot. Magic. 🎭 pic.twitter.com/bCOoq1tWFH
— CBS Sports Golazo ⚽️ (@CBSSportsGolazo) January 15, 2022
It was the Argentine’s ensuing actions, however, which quickly set alarm bells ringing amongst the Juve faithful once more.
This comes with Dybala, as showcased below, having essentially opted against celebrating, to instead direct a death stare towards the stands, in the direction of Pavel Nedved, Andrea Agnelli and the powers that be at Juventus:
1-0 Juventus #Dybala scores & stares at one of the management in the crowd, I assume Nedved… doesn’t look too good. He avoided celebrating as well. pic.twitter.com/pbF2zyfyeJ
— Auc🇮🇹🇨🇦 #ForzaFede (@jfcauc) January 15, 2022
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