This summer, due to poor financial conditions, Juventus was once close to selling Dybala, but in the end the Bianconeri retained him, but the door for Dybala to leave the team was not closed. A few days ago, a report from Italy's "Full Market" pointed out that Chelsea hoped to sign Dybala.
According to the report of "Full Market", Chelsea are closely watching Dybala's movements and they have great interest in signing the Argentine forward. At present, the contract between Dybala and Juventus will expire in 2022. The two parties have been negotiating for a long period of time to renew the contract. However, due to differences in annual salary, Dybala and Juventus have not yet reached a renewal agreement. Chelsea is watching the progress of Dybala's contract extension with Juventus and is ready to intervene in negotiations at any time.
In addition to Dybala, the report also pointed out that Chelsea had hoped to sign another Argentine striker this summer, Inter Milan star Lautaro Martinez, but Marutaro was not interested in the transfer.
In the transfer window this summer, Chelsea became the most money-burning team, spending as much as 247.2 million euros, nearly 100 million higher than Manchester City, which ranked second. They signed Haverts, Ziyech and Chilwell. Waiting for strong support, but it is still difficult to compete with Manchester City and Liverpool for the league championship. Judging from the current situation, Chelsea is not ready to stop, Dybala has become their important goal.
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