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Manchester United fans look away now, Paulo Dybala has just scored the most outrageous lobbed goal for Juventus.
Dybala, who is to remain at the Bianconeri after his proposed move away fell through, provided a reminder of the jaw-dropping talents United could have had at their disposal this evening when he scored the only goal in a 1-0 win over Serie C outfit Triestina.
It might only have been a friendly but the Argentine scored one of his best goals in a Juventus shirt, cutely taking a touch away from the defender when fed inside the area before ending the goalkeeper's career with the most audacious dink into the far corner.
You could just watch it on loop for hours on end, and it's even more aesthetically pleasing with the following angle:
Dybala, who led the line for the Serie A champions in the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo, pointed to the name and number on the back of his shirt in a thought-provoking celebration.
'La Joya' also had a penalty saved in the game but we'll let it slide purely for the utter filth he served up in the first half.
The former Palermo man looks to be staying put in Turin after turning down a move to United - a decision that was criticised by United legend Rio Ferdinand.
"A lot of players have declined coming to Man Utd in recent years," Ferdinand told the Daily Star.
"They've chosen somewhere else.
"But I don't know how Dybala had the audacity to turn them down when he's on the bench at Juventus. He needs to start playing some football.
"Maybe he's thinking: 'I want to be Champions League or I'll sit on the bench. I'd rather do that than play at Man Utd'.