Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has declined the chance to sign Paulo Dybala in the January transfer window, according to reports.
Frank Lampard lost Willian and Pedro from his attack this season, and although they signed Kai Havertz, and also signed both Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech, there are reports that he is still keen to improve this attack.
And one player that is always listed as a possible signing for the club is that of Dybala, who is rated very highly across Europe and was linked with a move to the Premier League last summer, but that did not happen,.
But Reports in Italy claim Juventus are willing to part ways with the forward in the coming windows as new boss Andrea Pirlo attempts to rebuild the squad, and Dybala could be interested in a move to the Premier League.
Pirlo is looking to raise some funds in order to improve this squad and knows that he may be able to get a decent amount of money for Dybala, who is rated around the £60 million mark.
But Calciomercato we won’t be signing Dybala because Abramovich thinks that, having spent a fortune on Ziyech and Havertz, he isn’t needed at the club.
It’s claimed the club want to ‘protect the investments’ of the pair, And Abramovich reportedly has ’no intention of obscuring’ the duo, instead hoping they’ll fire us to silverware over the course of the season.
We did spend some serious money improving this attack in the transfer window that could lead the club to some silverware by the end of the season, so the next bit of business would be to add some depth to that back-line.