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Paulo Dybala could finally make Premier League move at the age of 30 as 'Big Six' club eyes release clause

Paulo Dybala could finally make Premier League move at the age of 30 as 'Big Six' club eyes release clause

Paulo Dybala has been linked with a move to the Premier League

Paulo Dybala could finally be on his way to the Premier League as one of the ‘Big Six’ clubs is reportedly eyeing his release clause.

Over the years, Argentine star Dybala has often been linked with a move to the Premier League.

Back in January 2022, Italian news outlet Tuttomercatoweb claimed that Liverpool had opened talks with Dybala over a move from Juventus.

However, nothing ever materialised and the forward ended up staying with the Turin club.

In the summer of 2022, Dybala ended his time with Juventus by joining AS Roma on a free transfer.

Since then, he has become an important of Jose Mourinho’s team.

Now, with the January transfer window in full string, it has been claimed that Dybala could leave as he has a release clause in his contract which is now active.

According to TuttoMercatoWeb, Premier League giants Chelsea are interested in bringing the 30-year-old to Stamford Bridge.

It is believed that Dybala’s release clause is only €12 million, which is a very modest fee in the modern market.

However, if Chelsea or any other team outside of Italy are interested in signing Dybala, they will have to act fast as it has been claimed that the release clause is only active until 15 January.


In addition, it has been reported that Roma would like to extend Dybala’s contract, with the report claiming that this will be an ‘important week’ for the Argentine’s future.

Last month, Mourinho spoke about how his team will feel the difference without Dybala after he suffered an injury against Fiorentina

He said: “There is a match with Dybala and one without.

“With Dybala, Fiorentina weren’t able to press. Without Dybala, there isn’t another like him and now there won’t be, just like Romelu, and it will be a difficult situation because we can’t replicate that and we should do things differently.

“We have Belotti and Pellegrini who can be the second striker. We have El Shaarawy. Without Dybala, it won’t be the same.”

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Topics: Paulo Dybala, Jose Mourinho, AS Roma, Premier League, Chelsea