Juventus are willing to sell Paulo Dybala this summer with Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea and their city rivals Tottenham among the clubs keen on signing the Argentine.
Dybala has netted just three times for the Bianconeri during an injury-hit campaign and is now approaching the final year of his deal with the club.
With talks over a fresh contract reportedly at a standstill, Juventus are likely to cash in on the 27-year-old star this summer.
The Old Lady’s sporting director Pavel Nedved recently moved to dismiss talk of manager Andrea Pirlo and Cristiano Ronaldo leaving the club but left the door open for Paulo’s exit.
‘We miss Paulo, he would have guaranteed us different attacking options and goals,’ he told DAZN.
‘He has a contract for one more year and I have nothing more to add to what [CEO Fabio] Paratici and president [Andrea] Agnelli have already said. ‘But it is clear that at Juventus we evaluate every business opportunity.’
Blaugrana were once prepared to pay in the excess of €100 million for Dybala but the forward’s current form and the financial impact of coronavirus on football means those days are long gone.
Marca report England is his most likely destination with the Blues and Spurs interested in a deal. The London clubs are prepared to pay up to €45m for the former Palermo ace.