The announcement of players by mistakes to their new clubs it seems is a new trend that is spreading among the sport’s sponsors after Philipe Coutinho was announced by mistake earlier last week.
Philipe Coutinho was announced by mistake on Nike’s website before they removed the post, and then it was officially announced by Barcelona earlier this week.
This time, Adidas it seems they announced Paulo Dybala’s next club by mistake before they removed it from their UK Twitter account.
Paulo Dybala was Chelsea’s target since the summer and now during January as a potential signing for the Blues to improve the attack where Chelsea is suffering from a goal drought and with the bad form and performance by several players such as Eden Hazard and Lavaro Morata recently.
Paulo Dybala alongside other strikers such as Mauro Icardi and others is Chelsea’s targets according to the media reports where Antonio Conte is keen to sign.
Adidas tweeted a tweet announcing Paulo Dybala arrival to Manchester United before they remove the tweet, but some screenshots were taken meanwhile and it’s still not clear whether the tweet was real, their account was hacked, or it’s a made-up story. However, the coming few days will prove everything.