Chelsea midfielder Enzo Fernández has publicly advocated a move for his Argentina international team-mate Paulo Dybala from AS Roma to the Blues.
“I hope he comes,” Fernández told Olé. The 22-year-old explained: “I spoke to him and told him I was waiting for him to have a barbecue together. I need someone to show that to my teammates.”
Chelsea’s new manager Mauricio Pochettino is said to be interested in bringing Dybala to Stamford Bridge, according to media reports. The 29-year-old offensive player, who won the World Cup together with Fernández at the end of last year, is still under contract with Roma until 2025.
The transfer fee for Dybala would probably be around twelve million euros. However, the Argentine had recently emphasized that he was happy in Rome.
Dybala moved to Rome from Juventus in 2022. In his first season there, he scored 18 goals and provided eight assists in 38 appearances.