Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly planning a summer move for Juventus striker Paulo Dybala, according to reports from France Football (h/t Four Four Two).
Juventus is in financial trouble, and the Serie A champions may have to sell some of their key players to make ends meet.
Both Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea are interested in signing the Argentine striker during the summer transfer window.
Dybala has two goals and two assists in eight starts for Juventus in the Premier League this season.
The 27-year-old has been plagued by injuries this season, and his problems are jeopardising his chances of signing a new contract with the club.
He has a contract with the club until 2022, and any potential suitor will have to pay a fee of around £47 million to sign him.
Fabio Paratici, the managing director of Juventus, recently expressed his concern about Dybala’s future.
According to The Sun, he said, “Paulo still has a few problems – it’s like he’s on a swing.”
Is he coming back this season?? pic.twitter.com/ltrwgNzBtl
— Juventus HQ (@JuventusHQ) March 14, 2021
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Spurs have been linked with Dybala on several occasions. In fact, he was on the verge of joining the north London club a couple of seasons ago, but the deal fell through.
Spurs should be looking to strengthen their attacking midfield this summer, and Dybala would be an excellent addition.
Spurs, on the other hand, are well-stocked in attack and may look to offload a few players to make room for a new arrival.
Dybala could also be a good fit for Chelsea. He can play as a striker or an attacking midfielder. Although covering his transfer fee will not be a problem, Dybala would prefer to join a club that can provide him with European football.