Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has been tentatively linked with a transfer to Premier League giant Chelsea, as claimed by The Sun.
According to reports putting out by The Sun it’s revealed that Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is given up hope on Alvaro Morata, as the Blues are believed to now be targeting a new front-man as the January transfer window approaches.
If we are to consider Morata’s recent form, we can say the timing is rather strange because the Spaniard has scored two goals in his last two games for Chelsea. However, the club’s manager Sarri has spoken well of Morata during the international break which revealed that the Italian boss and his squad look to have faith in Morata.
Notwithstanding, the information published by The Sun have claimed that the Blues are interested in a number of strikers. One name that was singled out was Juventus attacker, Dybala, even though he was understood to be an option for the Stamford Bridge club.
Dybala is a good player who has the potential to be great, but the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo in Turin put him at the risk of being overshadowed. The question is whether the Argentine would be able to push away abroad, but it’s possible.