Chelsea and Tottenham both are willing to sign Paulo Dybala.
could leave Turin this summer, as the club is trying to raise funds for their own recruitment plans.
Although Dybala was named Serie A’s Most Valuable Playing in 2019-20, he has gone through a difficult time this season.
The Argentina international has been restricted to just 11 appearances in Serie A. He has been suffering from a knee injury in January and since then he has been out of action and although he is expected to come back before the end of the season, this could be his last one at Juventus.
His contract expires in 2022 and Juventus are probably going to cash in on him this summer unless he decides to extend his contract.
But if he left Turin,Chelsea
both would be willing to sign the forward, according toFrance Football
The report says that both Premier League clubs are prepared to spend up to £47.5 million on him.
Dybala was linked with Tottenham before the last season when Mauricio Pochettino was still in charge and it seems Jose Mourinho is also interested in him as he is considering attacking reinforcements before the next term.
It is thought that Chelsea are also on the lookout for additions in the final third as they have only scored 13 goals in Thomas Tuchel’s first 12 games.
Spanish outletEl Gol Digital
has also said that Liverpool have shown interest in Dybala.