Chelsea ready to sign player and give him leading Blues role – Cut-price deal possible

Chelsea ready to sign player and give him leading Blues role – Cut-price deal possible


Paulo Dybala's future has been a hot topic in the Italian sports media in the run-up to the last few transfer windows. 



While it seems that Juventus isn't opposed to a sale, the player hasn't been overly enthusiastic about the prospect, and few clubs have shown interest in a possible contract.


Dybala is once again the subject of increasing rumors from around the European sports media as we approach the summer market. Tuttosport, a Turin-based newspaper, is among those spreading the allegations.

According to their Tuesday edition, PSG is in pole position to sign the Argentine, but the Premier League is also interested. Chelsea and both Manchester clubs have been named, with Chelsea receiving the most votes.


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Chelsea, as well as both Manchester clubs, are listed, with Chelsea receiving the most attention.

According to Tuttosport, Chelsea will be able to sign Dybala and make him the star of their display, as well as create a team around him. It is unlikely that he will be given this opportunity at the other clubs listed, which is why Thomas Tuchel's club is being pushed ahead.



The 27-year-contract old's expires in June 2022, and because extension negotiations have stalled, a sale is a possibility. If his contract condition does not improve before then, Juventus will have to sell him for a fair price in the coming market.

Chelsea's involvement is characterized as "anything but an innovation," with a player like Emerson Palmieri being mentioned as a possible part of the deal.


Chelsea ready to sign player and give him leading Blues role – Cut-price deal possible


Dybala has appeared in 13 Serie A matches this season, totaling 689 minutes with three goals and two assists. He has been plagued by injury this season and is not a sure starter when he is healthy.


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