Chelsea are seriously considering making a bid for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala next summer, according to TMW. The website says “it is a concrete idea” which is being worked on by the Blues as they are aware of the Argentinian international’s contract situation.
The 26-year-old’s current deal expires in 2022 and, so far, no agreement has been reached on an extension. He has previously been linked with a move to England with both Manchester United and Tottenham having explored the possibility of signing him.
Dybala is a regular first-team player, having made 46 appearances in all competitions last season, scoring 17 goals and contributing 14 assists, but he has not featured under new head coach Andrea Pirlo so far this campaign.
The striker missed the opening day win against Sampdoria due to a thigh problem, and he has not featured in Juve’s two subsequent league matches against Roma and Napoli. He could well play more after the international break.