Dybala is about to switch to Roma as a parameter zero

Italy: A source close to Roma said on Monday that Argentine striker Paulo Dybala has accepted in principle to join the club of the capital free of charge after his departure from Juventus. And the Italian news agency reported that Dybala, linked to the transfer to Inter after the expiration of the contract with Juventus, will sign a three-year contract with Roma for six million euros (6.09 million dollars). The 28-year-old has won five league titles and four Italian Cups with Juventus after joining the club from Palermo in 2015, scoring 115 goals in 293 matches across all competitions. Dybala will become Roma’s fourth signing in the current transfer window, after midfielder Nemanja Matic, goalkeeper Mile Svilar and defender Zaki Celik. Roma finished sixth in the Italian league last season and won the European Conference League title under coach Jose Mourinho. (Reuters)