Chelsea will be playing Atletico Madrid to continue their chase for the Champions League tittle, having been able to win them in their first encounter some weeks back.
The West London club are planning a summer move to add some strength to their attack and have identified 27 years old South American forward, who plays for Juventus as a potential transfer target, and could announce the signing of the in-form South American forward come the summer transfer window, according to the Sun.
The 27 years old in-form South American forward, has been surrounded with transfer speculations linking him with a move to the Premier League with Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur reported to have shown interest in the 27 years old Paulo Dybala.
Chelsea having identified the 27 years old Juventus star as a potential transfer target, could announce the signing of the in-form south American forward Paulo Dybala during this summer, as per the Sun.
The 27 years old South American forward, has been able to play 11 games for Juventus and has scored two goals and provided two assists.
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