The Argentine joined Jose Mourinho’s side on a free transfer from Juventus last summer and has had a great season so far, contributing 17 goals in Serie A and helping his team reach the Europa League’s last four.
Since leaving Instituto in the summer of 2012, the 29-year-old has played his club football solely in Italy, but the former Palmero man could be in for a change of scenery next season.
Manchester United and Chelsea, according to 90min, are two English teams that have been made aware of a release clause in Dybala’s current Roma contract.
According to the source, the attacker will be available to Serie A clubs for little over £17 million, and only a fraction more than £10 million to clubs outside of Italy – a point that has prompted the player’s representative to inform a number of clubs about their client’s predicament.
Erik ten Hag’s Reds, Chelsea, Arsenal, Newcastle United, Aston Villa, and Tottenham Hotspur are rumoured to have been made aware of Dybala’s prospective availability in the summer.
Dybala to Chelsea – A possibility for this summer?
Despite the fact that the release clause is advantageous to any buying club, Dybala is said to have the final say on whether or not a transfer takes place.
With the Premier League being the biggest football league in the world, this is most certainly a case of agents and possibly representatives seeking to get a move for their client. It would likely mean more money for both Dybala and his representatives.
However, if the attacker isn’t interested in moving to England’s top flight, as the report suggests, a summer move to Chelsea or any other Premier League club is unlikely.
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