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Dybala and Higuain Look to Join Juventus' Rich History of Strike Partnerships

Paulo Dybala enjoyed a sensational first season at Juventus, adapting quickly after his move from Palermo in June 2015 and coping with the pressure that comes with playing for one of European football’s biggest clubs. Yet even after watching their newest star explode with a career-high 19 league goals, the Bianconeri were not satisfied with their attack and opted to make another major investment just 12 months later.
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