- Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala believed to be an option for Chelsea.
- Chelsea are thought to have given up on striker Alvaro Morata.
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Chelsea have been tentatively linked with a move for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala by The Sun.
The Sun are running a story claiming that Maurizio Sarri has given up on Alvaro Morata. Chelsea are now thought to be targeting a new striker ahead of the January transfer window.
The timing does seem rather strange, considering Morata has netted two goals in his past two fixtures for the Blues. Sarri has also spoken well of Morata over the international break. He, and his squad, look to have faith in the Spaniard.
Regardless, The Sun have published this information, which claims that a number of strikers are interesting Chelsea. One name that stands out is Dybala, who is believed to be an option for the Blues.
Dybala destined for greatness, and is at risk of being overshadowed by Cristiano Ronaldo in Turin. Could he push for a move away from the club? It remains to be seen, but the finances involved in any potential deal threaten to scupper it for Chelsea.