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Juventus chief Beppe Morata says Chelsea-linked Paulo Dybala can leave if he wants to.
Dybala is rated as one of football’s most talented players and has been tipped by many to follow in the footsteps of his compatriot Lionel Messi.
Barcelona and Real Madrid have been linked with the forward in the past but they are not the only two clubs believed to be keeping tabs on the Argentine.
Recently, his agent Mino Raiola mentioned Chelsea as one of the striker’s possible destination if he leaves Juve.
Although Dybala hasn’t indicated he is unhappy at Juventus, Marotta says he will not be forced to stay if he wants to leave.
“The player is the one that decides his fate, and if he wants to leave, it’ll be impossible to keep him, the Juve supremo said, as quoted by the Sun.
“It’s crucial in a player-club relationship in Spain, but only Gonzalo Higuain and Miralem Pjanic had release clauses in Italy. I’m against giving clauses to our players.
“The damage from Neymar’s transfer can’t be calculated that easily, and for me it goes beyond the €220m (£198m) Barca pocketed.
Chelsea haven’t made any indication that they are interested in Dybala yet, but we expect as a big club, Conte would be keeping an eye on the Argentine especially as the manager is very familiar with the Serie A.
Dybala wouldn’t come cheap. Considering the amount Mbappe and Neymar cost in the summer, Juve would be expecting to get around the same amount for their brightest star.