A teammate unveiled the other side of legendary soccer players Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Paulo Dybala got the chance to witness the real Ronaldo and having played with them for Argentina and Juventus. After spending time in and out of the field, Dybala revealed what he sees in the two icons of their respective sport.

In a recent interview with Spanish newspaper El Pais, Dybala came clean with regards to his relationship with Messi and Ronaldo. The 26-year-old forward has hailed Juventus team-mate Ronaldo and Argentinian compatriot Messi for reaching the enormous heights they've hit in their careers.

According to Dybala, he has managed to have a “close relationship” with both Messi and Ronaldo even outside the field. In fact, he even revealed that Ronaldo likes to talk about random things that have nothing to do with soccer. As for Messi, Dybala said that the Barcelona star loves to bond with the group during free time, Soccer Laduma noted.

"I have good vibes with Cristiano. We talk a lot, sometimes we chat for a long time, about the national team, Juve, but also about things that have nothing to do with football," Dybala revealed.

" And, with Leo (Messi), too. The relationship has grown a lot. We share  mate  (a caffeine-rich drink) afternoons and we have a group where we play trick in the room," Dybala continued.

Dybala also noted that Messi and Ronaldo are “monsters” who are convinced they are the best player on the pitch in every game, Fox Sports reported.

“Outside the pitch they are two very quiet people, but inside they are two monsters,” Dybala noted.

Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo Lionel Messi of Barcelona conducts the ball next to Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid during the La Liga match at Camp Nou stadium, Dec. 3, 2016 in Barcelona, Spain. Photo: Alex Caparros/Getty Images

In terms of the relationship between Messi and Ronaldo as rivals, Dybala admitted that the two are “one or two steps” ahead of everybody else. And while “CR7” and Messi might never get the chance to play together in the same club, Dybala is convinced that the two “have been good” for each other regardless of where they stand thus far.

 “I can study them every day. Who doesn’t want to play with the best? We are talking about two phenomenal players; two players who are one or two steps above the rest,” Dybala pointed out.

“In the history of football, great players have played at great teams and have not achieved what they did. They have been good for each other,” Dybala added.

Dybala has played alongside Ronaldo at Serie A champions Juve since the Portugal international’s move from Real Madrid ahead of the 2018-19 campaign. He has also teamed up with Barca superstar Messi for Argentina over the last four years.