The news has been in the air - and on feet - for several weeks and now it has finally been made official: Paulo Dybala is an adidas Football player and will wear Three Stripes boots (officially) starting from the FIFA World Cup that will begin on Thursday. After months of uncertainty, when La Joya worn the Nike Mercurial Superfly for a while, and then the PUMA One before permanently switch to the adidas X model, the Argentinian talent becomes the new testimonial of the company based in Herzogenaurach, quite a sign for the German brand.

There has been some mystery around Dybala and his boots, with Juventus’ number 10 that apparently signed for PUMA, before withdrawing and become an adidas player. Now, there’s no doubt anymore, as Claus-Peter Mayer, adidas Football Global Sports Marketing VP, officially welcomed Dybala in the adidas family. “We’re thrilled to sign one of the brightest talents in world football right now. Paulo Dybala is one of the most creative players on football pitches and these are the qualities that make him the perfect player for the adidas team”.

adidas Football officially announced Paulo Dybala signing After months of rumors and speculations, Juventus' number 10 has become the new testimonial for the Three Stripes | Image 0
adidas Football officially announced Paulo Dybala signing After months of rumors and speculations, Juventus' number 10 has become the new testimonial for the Three Stripes | Image 0

Dybala firstly debuted with the adidas X 17+ from the Skystalker Pack during the last game of 2017 in Verona, then finishing and winning the championship with several colorways of the same model. It’s not clear what he’ll wear during the World Cup but it should probably be the revolutionary adidas Glitch model, that debuted one year ago and has yet to arrive in Italy. Maybe to moment to see them in our country has finally arrived, of course at Paulo Dybala’s feet.