Juventus and its players gather consensus around the world: the British specialist website “Squakwa.com”, in fact, has elected Paul Pogba midfielder born in 1993 of the French national team, the Best Under-23 in the world.
Immediately behind the first 3 we find another Juventus player, Paulo Dybala.
Here are the Highlights of the full articles about the two which you can find on “Squakwa.com”.
Paul Pogba – France’s Ballon d’Or winner in waiting
He is a playmaker — a fantasista — not a powerhouse or enforcer, and a footballer whose brilliance can be appreciated from all angles and distances. Up close, his game is filled with technical trinkets and clever, subtle touches too numerous and small to be fully quantified and collated. At full-scale, he is a mesmerising match-winner whose goals, shots, dribbles and other flashes of brilliance provide plenty more unmissable points of interest.
Areas to improve
Pogba has so far proven to be a player capable of rising to every challenge put to him. When it was said that he was a highlights player, flitting in and out of games, he added consistency and yet more hard work off the ball. Next came the charge that he was a flat-track bully. He responded by becoming an even more impressive big-game performer in Serie A, the Coppa Italia and the Champions League.
Pogba’s style of play in five words
Elegance, finesse, creativity and firepower
The next… Michel Platini
Paulo Dybala – the scion of Carlos Tevez who can finally replace Del Piero at Juventus
Paulo Dybala arrived at Juventus with an immense weight on his shoulders. The £22.4 million fee paid to seal his signature made him the fourth most expensive player in the Bianconeri’s illustrious history, behind legends such as Gianluigi Buffon, Lilian Thuram and Pavel Nedved. Add-ons could push him further up that list. Additionally, as if that pressure wasn’t enough, he was tasked with succeeding Carlos Tevez.
Areas to improve
In the aftermath to Juventus’ 1-0 win over AC Milan, courtesy of another wonderful Dybala match-winner, Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri spoke of a key improvement from his star man of late, telling reporters: “Dybala has developed physically and it has helped him a lot.” With a new strength and conditioning regime, the Argentine has purportedly gained around three kilograms of muscle since joining the champions. Continued physical progression would be beneficial, adding an explosive edge to Dybala’s elegant sheen.
Dybala’s style of play explained in five words
Gracefully efficient, taker and creator
The next… Alessandro Del Piero