Pochettino reveals interest on Argentine star, Dybala to replace Mount

Pochettino reveals interest on Argentine star, Dybala

In an interview, Al-Khelaifi stated that PSG desires to keep their superstar, Kylian Mbappe back at Parc de Prince but his refusal to sign a new contract would cause the club to lose him as a free agent which will be a great loss for the Ligue 1 giant.

The French playmaker is willing to leave the Ligue 1 side on a free transfer which could weaken the biggest French club. Al-Khelaifi also said that Mbappe’s decisions about Ligue 1 future might be decisive next week or two weeks later. For a dream come, Todd Boehly who has shown interest to hijack Mbappe to Chelsea after losing out on Messi and Ronaldo transfer decisions has a clearer chance of bringing the French forward to Stamford Bridge on a free transfer since he has currently shown no concern to remain in PSG next summer.

Apart from Liverpool and other clubs, Chelsea has shown great interest in the young defender, Levi Colwill, and is determined to keep hold of the defensive baller to make a possible transfer switch to Stamford Bridge. (Football.London)

The 20-year-old defender is likely to join Chelsea immediately after the U-21 European Championships, where he is representing semi-finalists England, has ended. Currently, the English star is been eyed by many clubs and is much in demand this season after an impressive 2022/2023 season on a loan down to the South Coast with Brighton & Hove Albion.

The Seagulls want to sign Colwill permanently and have already seen two offers turn down by Chelsea for the defender. The report includes that the Cobham graduate is set to join the Chelsea squad with the new head coach, Pochettino over the next couple of weeks where he will finalize his decision for the Argentine defender, Colwill.

Pochettino’s request for Dybala

Lately, Pochettino has reportedly considered Paulo Dybala as a potential target this summer considering his possible departure from the Seria A side, Roma, following his eye-catching displays last summer.

The Argentine forward seems to end his contract at Stadio Olimpico, though he still has a 2-year contract left. His impressive performances for the Italian giant this summer have reportedly courted the interest of some top clubs around Europe and could be valued at around €12m(£10.3m)

In a report made by an Italian Journalist, Matteo De Santis, revealed by RomaPress, Chelsea is fighting hard to secure Dybala’s signature, the report also stated that Roma is highly willing to let Dybala remain on board next summer not minding Chelsea’s interest.

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