The mood among Roma fans after the arrival of Paulo Dybala is incredible.
The Argentine left Juventus a few weeks ago and moved to Rome with Jose Mourinho as a free agent.
The Argentine arrived in the “eternal city” as a great reinforcement, and this was felt through the fans, that is, through the sale of Dybala jerseys.
Dybala broke Cristiano Ronaldo’s 2018 record for the number of shirts sold in one day in Italy when he moved from Real Madrid to Juventus.
Otherwise, on Roma’s website, an original jersey with Dybala’s name costs 110 euros.