Paulo Dybala has been out with an injury since January at Juventus and with his place far from secure in the starting eleven the Juventus brass have seen it fit to evaluate a potential swap or transfer situation come the summer.
The Argentine forward, at once touted as the heir to Lionel Messi, has been with the Italian Old Lady since 2015 and has scored 70 goals in 172 outings for the club. Criticized for never truly reaching a world class potential, Dybala at 27 is still in his prime and incredibly talented, with only 1 year left on his current contract, Pavel Nedved, Juventus Vice President, has stated that the club will “evaluate every market opportunity."
According to reports from Corriere dello Sport in Italy, the market for Dybala looks to be England as three top clubs of the Premier League are the main suitors if Dybala were to move away from Serie A. Here we will examine the chances of Dybala signing with each club.
ManU would be an interesting destination for Pablo Dybala to fulfill on his potential as an unquestionable game changer. With the future of Edinson Cavani up in the air the Red Devils will open up salary space if the Uruguayan forward were to leave. Dybala would be an upgrade in midfield although the chances of a swap look dim, United would need to take out the checkbook and could get the Argentine at a bargain price.
Extremely farfetched to believe that there would be room for Dybala at Chelsea. Still stranger things have happened. The Blues have a stacked midfield with Christian Pulisic, N'Golo Kanté, Jorginho, and Kai Havertz. If Pulisic’s recent play has been an indication of anything is that he is more of a product to develop than to sign Dybala who has very little room for growth.
If Harry Kane were to leave to Real Madrid, signing Dybala would be a way to alleviate the pain for Spurs fans. If the Argentine were to go to Spurs, make no question about it, Spurs becomes Dybala’s team to lead to glory. If Dybala wants a big challenge, Spurs could be it.