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Pablo Dybala sent an open Chelsea Transfer message to Todd Boehly ahead official takeover

Pablo Dybala sent an open Chelsea Transfer message to Todd Boehly ahead official takeover

Chelsea currently cant open a negotiation for player transfer because of the current UK Sanctions on Roman Abrahamovic which has affected the club financial.

The Challenge is about to reach it ends as the American Todd Boehly is prepared to emerge as the new owner through Owner buy off worth £4b

This implies that, the sanctions are about to be lifted and Chelsea will have it freedom to begin negotiations with players ahead of the coming season.

A good finisher has been the challenge of the blue side, coke to think of Timo Werner is is considering a depart

According to daily mail, Chelsea striker Timo Werner wants to end his disappointing spell at Stamford Bridge by leaving the club in the summer, according to reports in Germany.

The 26-year-old German has failed to live up to expectations at Chelsea after joining the Blues for £53million from RB Leipzig in June 2020.

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Chelsea first target on lifting the sanctions will be to secure a good finisher and Pablo Dybala has send an open message tha won’t be signing for his team Juventus any more and wish to leave.

Past comments from Paulo Dybala may have inadvertently shed light on where the Argentina international will be playing his football from next season onwards.

The Juventus forward is attracting interest from some of the Premier League’s biggest sides, including Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.

The 28-year-old sees his contract with the Italian giants expire come the end of this season and is therefore free to explore other options, with a move to England the most likely according to reports.

Emotions got the better of Paulo Dybala on Monday as the long-serving Juventus forward broke down in tears as he said farewell to the crowd in Turin.

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A stoppage-time goal from Sergej Milinkovic-Savic earned Lazio a dramatic 2-2 draw at Juventus in Serie A on Monday, a point that sealed the Rome club’s spot in next season’s Europa League, overshadowing Giorgio Chiellini and Paulo Dybala’s farewell.

Already assured of a fourth-place finish this term, Juventus could take the game to Lazio with the pressure off, racing into a 10th-minute lead after Dusan Vlahovic’s flying header found the net.

Paulo Dybala is an Argentinian footballer who is known for his fancy style play to score goals.

He started his carrier in 2011 with the club Instituto de Cordoba after which he joined the Italian club Palermo in 2012 where he spent three years sharping his skills and gaining experience.

His major hit became when he joined the Juventus FC in 2015. Playing for Juventus he helped the club to register a win over the titles like The Coppa Italia, and Supercoppa Italiana.

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His extraordinary performances and creative gameplay gave him nicknames like the New Messi and La Joya which means The Jewel in Spanish. Currently, he is considered as one of the best football players Argentina has ever produced.

Paulo Dybala on Sunday confirmed his departure from the Serie A giants Juventus FC at the end of the season. Dybala joined the Bianconeri from Palermo in 2015 and was a key member of the team that won five consecutive Serie A titles.

If Todd Boehly can take advantage of the open message and start a chase for the striker, Chelsea might be with one of the best left footed striker in the world

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