Chelsea are one of the clubs the Argentina international has been linked to and Calciomercato takes a look at the possibility of the Blues signing him.
The west London club invested more than €100m in signing Hakim Ziyech and Kai Havertz from Ajax and Bayer Leverkusen respectively.
It’s claimed Roman Abramovich’s ‘trusted men personally received a clear guidance’ and that states Chelsea are ready to invest, but not on an attacking midfielder or a second striker.
As per the report, the English capital club hasn’t contacted Dybala’s camp because the Russian billionaire wants to ‘protect the investments’ made on the Moroccan and Havertz.
Abramovich has ‘no intention of obscuring’ either Ziyech or the German by bringing Dybala to Stamford Bridge.
The Chelsea owner wants to ‘save his new stars’ [he’s excited about them] and therefore, his side are ‘not courting’ the Juve star.