Paulo Dybala on Saturday broke Cristiano Ronaldo’s shirt sales record in Italy a day after his official presentation as AS Roma player.

The 28-year-old Argentine forward broke Ronaldo’s shirt sales record in Italy just a day after completing his highly-anticipated free transfer to Roma. That’s according to Italian publication Corriere dello Sport {via Roma Press}, which reported that the Argentine set a new record in jersey sales the day after the official announcement of his transfer.

The 28-year-old ended his seven-year stint with Juventus this summer, becoming the next high-profile attacker to leave the Old Lady following Cristiano Ronaldo last year.

After bidding farewell to the Old Lady family, the Argentine has linked up with Jose Mourinho at Roma, joining as a free agent and penning a three-year deal with the Giallorossi’s.

Becoming the club’s biggest signing in recent years, Dybala was welcomed by Giallorossi fans by ordering plenty of his jersey. That generated a whole lot of sales and making headlines in the Italian capital.

Corriere dello Sport has reported that the number of Dybala’s jersey that have been purchased so far have surpassed that of Ronaldo’s following the Portuguese’s transfer to Juventus in 2018. However, no official figures have been provided by the Italian publication so far, which is expected to be released in the coming days.