Chelsea have been connected with Argentine couple Sergio Aguero and Paulo Dybala. They are on the lookout for another middle forward this late spring with Borussia Dortmund's Erling Haaland the conspicuous name for the Blues this mid year. Haaland is purportedly Roman Abramovich 'individual mission' this late spring yet they have been connected with Man City's Aguero, and Juventus striker Paulo Dybala.
Chelsea are checking Aguero's future with his agreement set to lapse toward the finish of the period and talks haven't started over another arrangement. While Dybala's arrangement terminates the following summer and could be offloaded this late spring by the Old Lady.
Also, according to ESPN writer Christian Martin, he has given another report on Chelsea's advantage. He asserts a source said: "You generally disclosed to me that we didn't bring Argentines. Well that may change soon. Sergio [Aguero] intrigues us. Furthermore, a great deal. Also, [Paulo] Dybala as well." Thomas Tuchel has would not affirm Chelsea's arrangements for the late spring.
"It isn't an ideal opportunity to reflect for the late spring and different arrangements, other than what we have," Tuchel told a question and answer session a week ago. "We have folks that we are content with and are searching for additional arrangements; we will attempt to help them."
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