Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is now ready to splash money when the summer transfer Period opens. The Blues spent more than £200 million in the last summer transfer window under Frank Lampard but the players have struggled to prove their worth at Stamford Bridge.
Some of the players who were signed last year like Ziyech, Timo Werner have had an awful season. It is even reported Chelsea Chief agents are running out of patience and they want to offload some of those stars. Going into next season Chelsea needs a striker who can score more than 20 goals in a season.
There were speculations that they might sign Sergio Aguero who is leaving Manchester City on a free transfer at the end of the Season. Currently, Barcelona are the favorite to sign Aguero and talks are currently going on. Chelsea have now swift their attention to Juventus forward Paulo Dybala.
According to Tuttosport, Chelsea are ready to battle PSG in signing in the 27-year-old Argentine forward. Dybala's performance at Turin this season has not been good considering the Performance of Federico Chiesa. The Italian giants might sell the star because he is not comfortable in Turin anymore.
Former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino now wants to swap Mauro Icardi for Paulo Dybala. This is an enticing deal for Juventus but the Italian Giants have many forwards. Thomas Tuchel on the other hand is ready to sacrifice top-class midfielder Jorginho or Emerson Palmieri.
This is a deal that Juventus could easily accept. Paolo Dybala has also attracted interest from English clubs like Manchester United and Tottenham. But Chelsea are the favorite to land the 27-year-old to Stanford Bridges.
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