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Chelsea: Jose Mourinho Brushes Off Chelsea’s Dybala Transfer Rumors


Recent reports from Italy suggested that Chelsea has expressed interest in acquiring Paulo Dybala ahead of the upcoming season. Aiming to enhance Mauricio Pochettino’s attacking choices. Pochettino is to be highly be in regard with Dybala. And the 29-year-old Argentine forward has a release clause in his Roma contract. Enabling non-Serie A clubs to secure his services for a mere €12 million (£10m). Dybala played a significant role in Mourinho’s Roma squad last season, contributing to their sixth-place finish in Serie A and their journey to the Europa League final. Where they fell short against Sevilla.


Secondly, regarding the release clause in Dybala’s contract and Chelsea’s reported interest. Mourinho responded to inquiries from reporters after his arrival at Rome airport on Saturday, stating, “I am not aware of the specifics of his contract. However, as with all my players, I maintain regular communication with Paulo.”

Chelsea and Dybala


Moreover, when questioned about his 10-day touchline ban at the beginning of the upcoming Serie A season due to his criticism of referee Daniele Chiffi as “the worst” in May, Mourinho responded, “I am not taken aback by anything. Given the intense August heat, instead of being on the bench. I will find a comfortable and cool place with air conditioning.”


However, Silva, during a grid walk at Silverstone, commented on the speculation linking Paulo Dybala to Chelsea. The reports from Italy suggest that Dybala. Who has a release clause allowing him to join non-Serie A teams for £10m ($12.8m), is being in pursuation by Chelsea. With manager Mauricio Pochettino expressing his admiration for the Argentine forward. Silva, who has been enjoying the tennis at Wimbledon and Formula One at Silverstone, revealed that he spoke to Dybala about the potential transfer to Chelsea. He described Dybala as a world-class player and expressed his enthusiasm for playing alongside him, considering it a significant signing. However, Silva concluded by stating that they would have to wait and see what unfolds.

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