This shirt was issued fro Paulo Dybala for the Serie A game between Juventus and Bologna which took place in Torino, “Allianz Stadium”, on April 16th 2022. This is a special limited edition shirt used by the team in this game only. It represents the 4th kit designed and it was released by Adidas in collaboration with Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra. Kobra, born and raised in São Paulo, is famed for his photorealistic street art murals which often challenge deep cultural and societal issues, and inspire and provoke thought with messages hidden within the art. The Adidas x Kobra Juventus 2021-22 fourth shirt has a vibrant geometric look with rectangles and diamond shapes in different shades of blue as well as yellow, both on the front and the sleeves. Various shades of blue as well as a bit of yellow color in the different shapes, while a white round collar completes the look. The back is mostly blue while the pattern appears on the bottom and top. Kobra’s logo was added to the very top of the back, just below the collar. Inigo Turner, Design Director, Adidas said: “The kit represents a celebration of football and street art as platforms that bring people together. Wearing this jersey means not only to support the club or like the design, but to make a bold statement of who we are.” Media reports centred heavily on Arsenal’s pursuit of Vlahović, however on 28 January 2022, his 22nd birthday, Vlahović signed for Juventus on a four-and-a-half-year contract; in a deal was worth €70 million, plus €10 million in performance-related bonuses, making him the most expensive transfer in the Serie A winter transfer window. Fiorentina president, Rocco Comisso in an interview later remarked of Vlahović’ agents; ‘it was clear to everyone they already had a deal with someone…’, alluding that his entourage had already given a secret agreement with Juventus in the months prior. He chose to wear the number 7 jersey, previously worn by Cristiano Ronaldo. He debuted for Juventus as a starter on 6 February, and scored the opening goal in a 2–0 win against Hellas Verona. On 22 February, Vlahović made his first appearance in the UEFA Champions League, a 1–1 away draw against Villarreal. He scored after only 33 seconds, becoming the fastest starting debutant and the second-youngest Juventus debutant to score in the Champions League. Four days later, he scored his first brace for Juventus, helping his side win 3–2 away to Empoli.