On March 15th, France Football reported Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur ‘would be willing’ to invest €55m to take Paulo Dybala.

France Football’s report was picked up by the Italian media and it was explained the Blues could get the forward’s price down by offering one of their players to Juventus.

There has also been talk of extending the 27-year-old’s contract as his current deal runs down in 2022.

According to Calciomercato, the Argentine international’s camp will perhaps never receive a call from the Old Lady to discuss Dybala’s renewal.

Having failed to offload the former Palermo man in 2019, when Manchester United and Spurs came forward, he could be made available again in the next market.

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It’s claimed that Juventus, who are in the midst of a crisis, ‘can do nothing but force the sale’ of Dybala in the summer.

The Turin club are either looking for a player-plus-cash deal or ‘cash-only’ transfer for their attacker. The ‘cash-only’ transfer leads to the Premier League as Chelsea and Tottenham are mentioned.

It’s claimed Thomas Tuchel’s side and Spurs ‘do not seem to be able to go beyond’ €40-45m for signing the South American, provided the player ‘says yes’ for transfer.