Good News From Stamford Bridge As Chelsea Activate Release Clause of a World Class Player

Good News From Stamford Bridge As Chelsea Activate Release Clause of a World Class Player

Chelsea are contemplating the activation of the release clause for Roma forward Paulo Dybala during this January transfer window, according to Daily Express.

Despite a series of victories in various competitions and the notable performance of Cole Palmer, manager Mauricio Pochettino is dissatisfied with the current offensive capabilities, particularly with Nicolas Jackson struggling to make an impact since his summer transfer from Villarreal.

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The team's situation is further complicated by Christopher Nkunku's recent return from knee surgery, and Armando Broja's modest record of two goals in 15 appearances this season.

With these challenges in mind, Chelsea are revisiting their interest in 30-year-old Dybala, who is currently in the second year of his contract with Roma until 2025, featuring a release clause.

According to sources at TuttoMercatoWeb, Chelsea can trigger the release clause by bidding £10.3 million (€12 million), providing Dybala the autonomy to make the final decision and have offered to pay him 250,000 euros weekly wages to convince him to move to Stamford Bridge.

However, time is of the essence, as the release clause is set to expire on January 15. After this date, Roma is expected to increase the asking price for the 2022 World Cup winner.

Despite owner Todd Boehly's substantial investments exceeding £1 billion since his takeover before the 2022/23 campaign, Chelsea faces Financial Fair Play restrictions.

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