Davids feels Messi comparisons 'hurt' Dybala

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The 23-year-old has scored 49 goals in 98 games for Juventus since his arrival in the summer of 2015.

As reported by Sport English, the former Palermo man spoke about his admiration for the multiple Ballon d'Or victor, and feels "lucky" to play with Messi in the Argentina national team, whilst also stating his pride of being given the illustrious number ten shirt at Juventus.

"Paulo will become one of the best players in the world".

Allegri's 4-2-3-1 won several accolades last season but 1-4 loss to Real Madrid in Champions League final asked several questions.

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Mourinho was sacked just weeks after that match, but insisted there was never any ill feelings between him and Matic. "I think we're 10th after the games today and that's where we see ourselves".

'Luckily I play with Messi in the national team and it is a great pleasure to learn many things from him.

"Winning the Champions League can't be an objective, it is a dream".

"No player has reached Messi, Ronaldo. if I want to be at this level I have to keep working hard, improving, it will not be easy".

Manager Jorge Sampaoli has shown a preference for starting both men behind a focal point centre-forward of late, though the Albiceleste have majorly struggled for goals, leading to questions surrounding whether Messi and Dybala should share the pitch together at all. Prior to the Argentine driving towards goal and feeding the irresistible Miralem Pjanic, who slid through the inch-perfect for Higuain, when the ball was punted up the pitch, Dybala controlled the ball with his back in what can only be described as a filthy piece of play. "It could go either way but we'll have to secure qualification to the next round in the three games that come after Tuesday", he said.