Dybala answers about Higuain’s exclusion from Argentina and his complaints about Messi

While on national team duty with Argentina, Juventus star playmaker Paulo Dybala spoke with TyC Sports about his time in Turin, and goals for the national team.

“The move to Juventus has been a major breakthrough for me,” said Dybala. “I have achieved some of my goals.”

About his current city, the #10 had only praise. “In Turin I’m happy. When I leave people recognize me and say ‘hello’ to me. I try not to stay in the house all day. I wake up early for workouts, I go home late at three o’clock. I have my family and friends, and I try to be with them as much as possible.”

ON HIS TEAMMATE GONZALO HIGUAIN’S EXCLUSION FROM ARGENTINA:
“People want him, he’s a great player. Gonzalo strives and always gives the best. He dreams of being here. He does not need to prove anything.”

ON HIS CRITICISM OF MESSI AS A TEAMMATE:
“Did I say it’s difficult to play with Messi? My words were badly interpreted. I’ve always said very nice words about Leo. He’s my idol, in addition to being a great figure for both me and the group. “