- Paulo Dybala has been linked with a move to join Chelsea from Juventus
- Chelsea are said to be ready to take advantage of his contractual situation
- The Argentina international has not played any League game this term for the Old Lady
Premier League giants Chelsea are reportedly planning a stunning move to sign Argentina international Paulo Dybala who currently plays for Italian champions Juventus.
The Manchester United target has been one of the best players at Juventus for the past two seasons winning the Serie A title with Allegri and Maurizio Sarri.
But the 26-year-old forward has fallen out of favor this term under current Juventus gaffer Andrea Pirlo.
Paulo Dybala was reported to be among the players the Old Lady would allow to leave before the end of the transfer window, but that did not happen.
Last year, the Argentine was seriously linked with a move to Manchester United and Spurs, but Dybala later changed his mind for him to remain at Juventus.
He then managed to work his way back into the team last term playing 35 games in Serie A as well as eight in the Champions League.
In total last season, Paulo Dybala was able to score 17 goals for Juventus and he provided 14 assists also.
According to the report on Express UK, Chelsea want to take advantage of Dybala's situation at Turin and lure him to the Premier League.
The Blues spent big this summer to improve their attack, spending nearly £180million on Kai Havertz, Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Premier League giants Chelsea are reportedly on the verge of losing France international N'Golo Kante who is said to be interested in leaving the Stamford Bridge next summer.
Since joining Chelsea from Leicester City, N'Golo Kante has been one of the best midfielders in the world considering his superb performances for the Blues.
Last two seasons, the Frenchman played a good role which helped Chelsea to win the Europa League title beating fellow Premier League side Arsenal in the final.
But last term, Chelsea players were unable to win any title although they qualified for the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League.
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