Ciccio Baiano “dresses” Paulo Dybala in blue.

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For former striker, Paulo Dybala canò do well in Naples

The championship è just ended but at home Napoli there is an inevitable air of revolution, after the disappointing tenth place that, among other things, will prevent the Campania club from participating in the European cups for the first time in 14 years. One of the possible novelties, in addition to the dreaded arrival of Antonio Conte on the bench, è is the negotiation to try to bring Paulo Dybala, back from two seasons at Roma, to the shadow of the Vesuvius.

An operation that according to Ciccio Baiano, a former striker who grew up in Naples and became famous in the '90s especially for his goals scored with the jerseys of Foggia and Fiorentina, could work: "Dybala è a top player – said Baiano, who is currently busy as coach of Aglianese, in Serie D -, the only worry è that he gets injured often".

"Dybala,” he added, “should always be monitored especially when there are too many close games, but if Napoli will play one game a week it will be easier to do that". Dybala's arrival could compensate for Kvaratskhelia's eventual departure: "In Italy, there are no non-transferable players,” said Baiano, referring to the Georgia national team player, “because if someone comes up with the coin you have a hard time retaining a player".

Paulo Dybala è however, is bound by a contract with Roma that expires in June 2025. With the Giallorossi he has collected, in two years, 77 appearances between league and cups, with 34 goals to his credit, coming close to success in the 2022/2023 Europa League, lost on penalties against Sevilla after the 1-1 draw at 120's (it was precisely one of his goals that had put the Giallorossi ahead).

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