Juventus secured their ninth consecutive Serie A title last week by beating Samdoria 2-0. While the league has been wrapped up less than a week, the Bianconeri are already looking forward to next season, in which Juve could be claiming a unique tenth league title. Star forward Paulo Dybala admits that he and his teammates have already been talking about the prospect of writing another piece of history in Italian football.
“It can be hard to maintain concentration and ambition,” Dybala told The Guardian. “But every win is special. I think that’s the most important thing. I like to win, my teammates like to win, and the club likes to win, and it’s that desire that makes us winners.” But, of course it helps that we have the strongest players in the world in every position. We’re proud of ourselves, to win nine titles in a row is incredible, and we’re already thinking about a 10th.”
Dybala has developed himself as one of Juventus‘ leading players under Maurizio Sarri, often forming a dangerous and lethal attack with Cristiano Ronaldo. The 26-year-old Argentinian had made 33 Serie A appearances this season, scoring 11 goals and providing 11 assists. In recent weeks there have been rumours Juventus are ready to offer Dybala a new deal with the intention of keeping him at the club until at least 2026.