Every league or country seems to have one – Lorenzo Insigne – the Italian Messi, Sardar Azmoun – the Iranian Messi, David Gonzalez – the non-league Messi.
However, Juventus have a player who might just actually be worthy of the comparison.
Paulo Dybala is ridiculously good on the ball, with supreme dribbling skills and an eye for goal – he now has 15 goals this season.
He’s been linked with a move to Barcelona and these two games with the Spanish giants could be a good chance to show them what he’s all about.
So far, so good.