The sun now reports that Paulo Dybala is another target that Tuchel desires to bring to Stamford to strengthen his attacking alternatives.
This may convey an end to the futures of Calum Hudson Odoi and Christian Pulisic who are linked with movements far from the West London-based club.
Dybala has struggled for game time under Andrea Pirlo and consequently the 27-year-old could bounce at the chance of transferring to England having come closer to becoming a member of Spurs last summer.
With Chiesa it means Argentina is presently down the hierarchy and collectively with his contract up in the summer of 2022, the Italian giants have indicated they're inclined to sell
El Gol digital report that Liverpool also is in the race for the Argentine's services as his time in Turin seems to be nearing a stop.
The report adds that Juventus will demand an extensive sum of £60m notwithstanding his contract situation, however, Liverpool will have no problem forking out that amount of cash as they seem to reinforce their attacking contingent for the brand new season.
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