How Chelsea could line up with Paulo Dybala, Erling Haaland and Jose Gimenez as Tuchel plots transfer overhaul

CHELSEA continue to be linked with a plethora of star names for a huge summer transfer spree.

The latest top talent touted is Paulo Dybala, who could be leaving Juventus for around £47million this summer.

According to France Football, Chelsea and Tottenham are tracking the Argentine amid his disappointing season in Turin.

Dybala's contract expires in 2022 and Juve could cash in on the 27-year-old to help combat their financial trouble.

No such economic issues are reported at Stamford Bridge, where the Blues flaunted a net spend topping £170m ahead of the season.

Many of those signings are yet to gel, with Timo Werner, Kai Havertz and Hakim Ziyech delivering underwhelming debut seasons.

It is said that Chelsea and owner Roman Abramovich hold a strong desire to return to the market and build a side worthy of challenging for next season's title.

Football Insider recently told of a plot to offer flop forward Werner to Borussia Dortmund in a player-plus-cash deal for Erling Haaland.

With the Bundesliga club likely to seek upwards of £120m for their hotshot forward, this setup may save Chelsea some cash for other deals.

Atletico Madrid defender Jose Gimenez has also been linked with a move to the Premier League.

According to The Athletic, the Uruguayan is a long-term target of the Blues while Bayern Munich's Niklas Sule and Ibrahima Konate of RB Leipzig are also said to be of interest.

Fitting these three stars into his 5-2-3 formation would be little issue for Tuchel, particularly with his attack in need of improvement.


Rounding off the spree could be Gianluigi Donnarumma following his re-emergence in the gossip columns.

The Italian is out of contract in the summer and remains in talks with AC Milan over a new deal.

But Eurosport detail Chelsea's continued interest in the goalkeeper, if they can meet his £175,000-a-week wage demands.

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