Argentine superstar all set for January move as £63 million Chelsea target ‘has words with club chief’
Chelsea target Paulo Dybala is set to move from Juventus in the January window, according to reports.
Chelsea have just spent over £200 million in the summer transfer window on players that have improved all areas of the pitch, but despite that, it is claimed that Frank Lampard may seek to try and get some deals done in January.
Claims from Tutto Mercato Web have now claimed that Chelsea are showing a concrete interest in trying to sign former Manchester United target Dybala.
The Argentine has been in the transfer headlines alot of the past few months and it was even claimed that he was all set to leave the club during the summer window, but Juve had a change of heart and decided to get the attacker.
However, The Argentine was left out of the Old Lady’s starting line-up this weekend and he had words with club chief Fabio Paratici, which has led to more speculation in the media that he is on his way out of Turin, according to the TMW website.
Look, the summer transfer window was brilliant for many Chelsea fans and the team is looking very threatening, but if Chelsea want to improve the side in the coming transfer window, then they need to add a new defender.
They already have alot of attacking players in the side, too many if you ask many people, and adding Dybala to that would just give Lampard a headache that he is not really ready to handle yet as a manager.
Yes he is world class and would improve most sides in Europe, but as we said he is not the type of player that will automatically improve this Chelsea side.
A defender is what Chelsea need to go out and buy in the January window if they are seeking to improve the squad, as they have been losing points because of that back-line.
Their attack has already proven that they will cause problems this season, but as we said, they are dropping points because of that back-line and that needs to get sorted before adding another attacker to the side.
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