What will Roma manager Jose Mourinho say after news that his former club, Premier League giants Chelsea, are preparing to sign Paulo Dybala in the summer?
Jose Mourinho remains reserved over Paulo Dybala ‘s future at Roma after being linked with Chelsea this summer. Earlier this week Reports in Italy claim the Blues are interested in signing Dybala. Before the start of the new โปรโมชั่น ufabet season to increase Mauricio Pochettino’s attacking options . Give preference to the 29-year-old. Whose release clause is in a deal with Roma that allows clubs outside Serie A to sign him for just €12m (£10m).
Dybala played a key role in Mourinho’s side last season. Roma finishing sixth in Serie A and losing the Europa League final to Sevilla. But Mourinho claimed he was unaware of the conditions that could cost him Dybala. Before the start of the new season. When asked about the terms of Dybala’s contract following Chelsea’s interest, Mourinho
told reporters after arriving at Rome airport on Saturday, July 8, 2023:
“I don’t know anything about his contract. But of course I spoke to Paulo as I would with any player,” Mourinho was also asked about his reaction to the 10-day touchline ban. The start of the new Serie A season. After he called Daniele Chiffi the worst referee he had ever faced in May. “I’m not surprised at all,” said Mourinho. “In the heat of August instead of sitting on the bench. I’ll be in a nice place cool with air conditioning.”
for Dybala Rumors sparked that he may be in the process of moving to Chelsea. After he was spotted in the English village of Silverstone. The striker was photographed with Max Verstappen. After With the famous F1 driver from Red Bull finishing in qualifying ahead of the British Grand Brex, Dybala seems keen to visit the site. Having spent the previous day at Wimbledon and having led Blues fans to speculate. Whether the striker will be involved in transfer negotiations during his time in England.
According to Calciomercato Dybala is ready to turn down offers from the Premier League and put pen to paper on a new contract at Roma. The report states that the Italian club are planning to raise his wages to €6m (£5.1m) per season, with €2m (£1.7m) in bonuses. That’s €12m (£10.3m) for foreign clubs and €20m (£17m) for Italian clubs.