Before the start of this year's World Cup, adidas received a major boost, signing Paulo Dybala to the brand.

The 24-year-old wizard, currently of Italian giants Juventus, has come off of a sparkling season - Scoring 22 times in 33 games and notching a handy five assists as well.

It hasn't quite been the start to the World Cup the forward, and the world, has been expecting from Dybala - missing out on having any involvement in Argentina's first game.

However, in La Albiceleste's second clash against Croatia, he made an appearance as a substitute.

Throughout training and now with the World Cup having kicked off, Dybala is one of the stars in adidas' latest GLITCH 18.

adidas' GLITCH 18 is 'the world's first interchangable football boot' - housing the ability to slip different looks on and off.

See more on the adidas GLITCH 18 here.

So after what seemed like an eternity for Dybala to choose who he would sign with, it's been confirmed - We'll see the Argentinian maestro in the Three Stripes.