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Matias Soulé father interview: From Cristiano’s advice to his passion for Messi and Aguero

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After being called up with the Argentine national team , Matias Soulé also made his Serie A debut with the Juventus shirt.

Matias Souléʼs entered in the final minutes Juventusʼs 2-0 win against Salernitana in place of Dejan Kulusevski in on Tuesday. I was a special moment for the former Velez.

However, the 2003 class played less than 30 minutes, he was so happy to make his Juventus debut as he expressed his feelings on Instagram account.

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“Unforgettable day, something I always dreamed of and more with these beautiful colours, with this club so big. Thank you to everyone who supported me since day one, especially to all my family and friends. Now more than ever,” said Matias Soulé.

In an interview with Argentina radio, his father, revealed some background regarding his son’s first approaches to the football of the greats as well as Ronaldo’s financial advice to his passion for Messi and Kun Aguero.

In love with football since childhood, Soulé grew up watching his long-time idols on TV:

«Matías started playing at a very young age, since he was a boy he liked Lionel Messi , he had his shirt, he also really liked Kun Agüero with whom he also a photo.»

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Then came Juve who brought him to Turin making him grow and transformed into the player he is today: 

«They called him from the Italian national team, they were always looking for him and he wanted to wait for the Argentine national team.»

«When they [Argentina] called him for the first team, Matías thought it was the U20 and he was already happy. But when they told him he was traveling with Dybala he knew it was for the senior team»

The first approaches with the first team came already last year with Ronaldo:

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«When Matías met Cristiano, he was surprised by the advice he gave him. How to invest money, how to take care of yourself during meals, various aids with football technique.»

Full credit to Gianluca Di Marzio and La Casa Di C.

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