Rome newcomer Dybala breaks Ronaldo’s Serie A jersey sales record

On the first day after the Argentines moved to the Romans, about 530,000 Roman shirts named after the newcomer Paolo Dybala were sold. This has been reported Corriere dello Sports.

Thus, Roma broke the Italian Championship record for the number of jerseys sold on the first day after the transfer of a new player. The previous record was held by Torino “Juventus”, who sold 530,000 t-shirts for the Portuguese on the first day after the arrival of forward Cristiano Ronaldo.

Recall that Dybala moved to the capital club as a free agent. The deal is for three seasons. Before that, the football player played for Juventus.

Dybala, who took part in 29 games in the last season of Italian Serie A, managed to score 10 goals and make 5 assists. He also scored two goals in the Italian Cup. In the Champions League, the player scored three goals and made an assist.

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Source: Gazeta


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