Paulo Dybala could be moving to the Premier League next season, reports 90mins. The Argentinian has been offered to a number of teams in the English league as a bargain release clause will become active this summer. Dybala joined Roma last year on a free transfer from Juventus and his stay in the Italian capital could be kept at a single season.
It is believed that Dybala’s contract contains several clauses, including a release clause for 20 million euros for fellow Serie A clubs and just 12 million euros for clubs outside of Italy. Sources around the player have now confirmed that Dybala’s agent has been making contact with several Premier League clubs to make them aware of the possible availability of the forward.
90min has confirmed that Dybala has been offered to six different clubs, including Arsenal, Aston Villa, Chelsea, Manchester United, Newcastle and Tottenham. The forward is enjoying quite the successful debut season at Roma, racking up 16 goals and eight assists in 34 appearances and helping inspire Roma to the Europa League semi-finals.