The Argentine will leave Juventus in the upcoming transfer window.
Paulo Dybala has confirmed he will not stay at Juventus beyond the current season.
Following months of negotiations, the Argentine could not reach an agreement with Juve over a new contract.
Last month, Juventus officials confirmed the forward will leave the Bianconeri. The 28-year-old himself has now announced he will end his spell at Juventus, admitting he didn’t expect to move away as soon as this summer.
“It is difficult to find the right words to greet you,” Dybala wrote on Instagram.
“There are so many years and so many emotions involved, all together.
“I thought we would have been together even more years, but fate puts us on different paths.
I will never forget everything you made me experience, every game, every goal.
“With you I grew up, I learned, I lived and I dreamed. It has been 7 years of magic, 12 trophies and 115 goals that no one will take away from us. Never.
“Thank you for supporting me in difficult times. Thanks to those who have accompanied me over the years: from the first to the last, from the fans to the people who work within the club, everyone, coaches and teammates, employees and managers.
“Wearing this important jersey together with the captain’s armband has been one of the greatest pride of my life, which I hope to show to my children and grandchildren someday.
“Tomorrow will be my last match with this shirt, it’s hard to imagine, but it will be our last goodbye. It will not be easy, but I will enter the field with a smile and my head held high, knowing that I have given everything for you.”