Juventus star Paulo Dybala is set to leave Juventus in January and he has offers on the table from clubs in both England and Spain.
Dybala has seemingly been cast aside in Turin following Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival and as reported by RMC, cited by the Mirror, one of Dybala’s ex-employers says that he’ll be on the move in January.
Maurizio Zamparini, the owner of Dybala’s former club, Palermo, says that word on the grapevine in Italy is that Juventus are looking to sell the Argentinian international in the winter.
He’ll leave, because Juventus want to get €120million. In January, I think he’ll leave for Spain. He has offers in Spain and England.
Whilst a move to either Barcelona or Real Madrid makes sense for all parties,
Chelsea could certainly be in the mix for the 24-year-old, having reportedly been interested in him in the past.
Chelsea have cut back on their spending in recent years but the chance to sign such a star player could tempt Roman Abramovich into splashing the cash once again.