Super Agent Mino Raiola Makes Huge Transfer Statement for Paulo Dybala

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Chelsea have been mentioned as one of the five clubs that could sign Juventus forward Paulo Dybala.

This is the word of the 23 year old’s agent, Mino Raiola, who believes the forward is destined to play for Europe’s biggest clubs.

Dybala has established himself as one of football’s best players in recent years and he is considered not far off from the class of Messi and Ronaldo.

Juventus know they have a hell of a talent on their hands and are determined to keep him at all cost. 

They had to fight off interest from Barcelona for the forward in the just concluded summer transfer window but the player’s agent has now opened a door to a future move.

Speaking in a recent interview about Dybala, Raiola said, as quoted by WAGNH.

“In some time, he will move on from Juventus. And when he does it, he should go to a club with a project already built which he can fit in, because he is too young to be the leader [of a team]. He would do well in Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Manchester City or Chelsea, as they always have great projects.”

Chelsea have a similar talented player on their hands in Eden Hazard but the fans would be off their seat if we manage to sign Dybala. 

While it seems impossible at the moment, it is worthy to note that Raiola is an agent who has brokered big deals in recent years, with Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku being prime examples.

If Dybala does decide to leave Juventus, Chelsea should be in the mix for his signature. It won’t be an easy deal to pull off, however, it will give the fans hope that we are still up there challenging for top players.

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