AS Roma legend Francesco Totti lays down impossible clause for Paulo Dybala to inherit his ‘No. 10’ jersey

Dybala must stay at the club for the next 10 years and prove his loyalty to get his hand on the legendary shirt.


AS Roma legend Francesco Totti lays down impossible clause for Paulo Dybala to inherit his ‘No. 10’ jersey

Francesco Totti on Paulo Dybala (Image Via- skysports)

AS Roma legend Francesco Totti has talked about what Argentine striker Paulo Dybala must do to inherit his legendary No.10 jersey at the Italian club. Totti was synonymous with the No. 10 as he wore that throughout his career and was a symbol of loyalty for the club.

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In a recent interview with GOAL, Totti said that Dybala must stay at the club for the next 10 years and prove his loyalty if he wanted to take the legendary No. 10 jersey of the club. Totti said, “Does he deserve Roma’s number 10? He deserves it if he stays another 10-20 years.” This might become too daunting a task for the 29-year-old Argentine.

Dybala joined Roma after he left Juventus last summer. Under head coach Jose Mourinho, the Argentine striker has scored 18 goals and provided eight assists in 38 matches. He also played a very pivotal role in taking his club to the Europa League final. Dybala, highly rated as a youngster, has blown hot and cold throughout his club career and saw his international role stall as he plays in the same position as Lionel Messi.

Dybala previously wore no. 10 during his time at Juventus. Although he wears the No. 21 in his national team and is currently wearing it at Roma too. It is to be seen if the Giallorossi entrusts the striker with their No. 10 this season or if will Dybala have to wait for it.

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AS Roma is in advance talks to sign Rasmus Kristensen from Leeds United this summer

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Ramus Kristensen (Image Via- Getty Images)

Italian side AS Roma is in advance talks to sign Rasmus Kristensen from Leeds United as they look to find themselves an option for the right-back position. Kristensen joined the English club from the Austrian club RB Salzburg for almost £8.5 million last season. The Denmark so far has made 26 appearances in his first season for the club.

Roma, who were looking for a right-back option last season are reportedly closing in on the player, following Leed’s relegation to the Championship. Although according to the report, no agreement has been made between the clubs, the player is convinced to live this summer for a new adventure. The clubs are now said to be discussing the e structure of the transfer that would be based on a loan move for the player.

Kristensen’s move would be the third incoming move for Mourinho and his team as they have already signed Evan Ndicka and Houssem Aouar on a free transfer. The club has also made £16 million in sales so far by letting go of Ruben Providence, Benjamin Tahirovic, and Justin Kluivert.

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