First and foremost, Chelsea need to sort out their own future before they can even entertain the idea of signing new players, with the Premier League club operating under a special, government-issued license following sanctions.
According to Fabrizio Romano, Dybala won’t be signing a new contract with the Serie A side on the conditions they have set, and he’s now set to begin talks with interested parties. Plenty of big teams across Europe have been linked with a move for the 28-year-old, but if his previous words are anything to go by, the Argentine would prefer a move to one of two other European giants. Should that be the case then the likes of Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur are surely set to keep a close eye on developments having been credited with an interest in the past. Elsewhere, a number of rivals both on the domestic front and on the European stage could also make a move for his services
Juventus star Paulo Dybala is set to be one of the most lucrative free agents available this summer. And the 28-year-old is set to be hot property if he does end up leaving Turin. he may see his career path differently now, especially as he looks to negotiate what is likely to be one of the last big salaries of his time as a professional footballer. Interested clubs therefore won’t be put off, and whoever ultimately lands his signature will be a much better side for it.