The Argentine star was praised by a Turin legend, who endorsed the club for Champions League glory.

Alessandro Del Piero lauded Paulo Dybala and considers the Juventus celebrity is now”complete” following an off-season transfer saga.

Dybala, 26, was linked with a move away from the Serie A giants throughout the close season but ended up staying before making an impressive start to the campaign.

The Argentina international had scored 13 goals and provided seven assists in 34 games before the season has been stopped as a result of coronavirus pandemic.

Del Piero, a Juventus good, praised the playmaker for his expansion and stated Dybala could be a future captain of the club.

“Paulo has worn the armband several times and when it has already happened it’s because they believe him to be up to it,” he advised Sky Sport on Thursday.

“As far as I know him personally, I think that his adulthood has grown a lot, mainly because of the reaction that he had after this summer, which underlines the expansion concerning personality.

“He’s always been accessible and committed to working and I think he’s completely in this respect also.”

Juventus were high in Serie A and at the Champions League last 16 when the year was suspended.

Del Piero thinks they can win the Champions League for the first time since 1996 when the effort gets back underway.

“If the tournament begins again, Juve have everything to win this season,” he said. “There are groups that in various ways have the capability to win, but Juve can do it.”

UEFA announced on Thursday they expect competitions across Europe can nevertheless be completed this year.

“We’re confident that soccer can restart in the months to come — with conditions which will be dictated by public authorities — and believe that any conclusion to abandon domestic competitions is, at this stage, premature and not justified,” UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin, ECA chairman Andrea Agnelli and EL president Lars-Christer Olsson said in a letter delivered to leagues, clubs and national institutions.

“A combined management of calendars is strictly required since the conclusion of the current season must be coordinated with the beginning of the new one, which might be partly impacted due to the overstretch.

“Closely following the evolution of the present scenario, the calendar working group will indicate as soon as possible, and ideally by mid-May, which of these programs could be enacted for the conclusion of this season without leaving anyone behind.”