Reports have circulated regarding transfer movements involving Roma forward, Paulo Dybala, linking him with a move to Chelsea.
In those reports, it was established that a released clause of €12 million (the fee valid for foreign clubs).
Speaking exclusively to CaughtOffside for his latest Daily Briefing column, Fabrizio Romano provided some insight into Dybala’s situation,with the reporter saying: “Despite rumors about Chelsea, I see Dybala staying at Roma as things stand.”
Whilst this may seem like a blow in relation to a potential move, it’s not over yet.
Fabrizio continued: “I have no updates, there’s nothing happening as of now and his release clause will expire in four days.”
He doesn’t state specifically that there is no interest, more so that Chelsea have their sights set on more important positions.
He adds: “…it looks difficult and unlikely. I think Chelsea need a striker more than a top quality all-round attacking player like Dybala.”
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