Blues hero wants Sarri to stay at Chelsea and door opened in chase to sign unhappy Dybala

Italian football expert Ian Digby has told Chelsea target Paulo Dybala could be forced to leave Juventus this summer.

Recent reports in the media all suggested that the Argentine was set to leave Juventus this transfer window, especially as his brother and agent, Gustavo Dybala, claimed last month the forward wanted a move away from the Serie A champions in the summer.

Now Digby claims Cristiano Ronaldo’s presence has hampered his scoring abilities and now the attacker may be forced to leave the club in the coming months.

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“I think Dybala will be the one player who is forced to move on,” Digby told Sky Sports News.

“He only scored three goals in the league and he really is the player that has been marginalised by Ronaldo’s presence.

“I can fully see him moving on this summer in search of somewhere he can play his more natural role.”

Meanwhile,Gus Poyet is hoping that Maurizio Sarri changes his mind and stays at Chelsea.

Sarri has done a fantastic job  this season and managed to get the club back inside the Champions League places, aswell as adding the Europa League cup to the cabinet and beating off arch-rivals Arsenal in the process.

But after he reportedly told the hierarcy about his desire to leave the club, there has been rumours that Frank Lampard or Max Allegri could replace the Italian boss.

But Poyet wants Sarri to stay at Stamford Bridge for another season at least.

“Sarri, for me, has done very well,” Poyet told talkSPORT.

“I know we talked earlier in the season about the style of football, about Sarriball, blah, blah, blah.

“But at the end of the day, he finished third behind the two best teams for many, many years in the Premier League, he won the Europa League and was in the final of the League Cup, which they lost on penalties. So it wasn’t that bad.

“I’m not sure whether it’s Chelsea that want him to leave, or he himself wants to leave.

“It looks to me that he’s had enough of the criticism for the job he’s done and actually he is the one who wants to leave.

“Me? I want Sarri to stay.

“Having the results they’ve had, I think it’s a good option to have him for another year. But I’ve got a feeling that it’s him who has had enough. I hope not, though.”

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