Chelsea and Tottenham have expressed interest to sign Paulo Dybala from Juventus .
Both premier league sides are willing to pay 48 million pounds to sign Dybala, who will enter the final year of his contract in Turin this summer.
Juventus’ early Champions League exit, in which they lost to Porto on away goals in the last-16, has increased the need to offload players this summer.
And Dybala, who has fallen down the pecking order under Andrea Pirlo, is seen as a potential trading chip at the end of the season.
The 27-year-old has managed just three goals and two assists in 16 games this season.
He appeared to be on the verge of a switch to the Premier League with Tottenham in 2019 before that deal collapsed over an issue with image rights.
Manchester United, in that same summer, were said to have explored using Dybala in a swap deal for Romelu Lukaku, before he ended up joining Inter Milan.
Juventus announced a loss of nearly £100m in the first six months of the 2020-21 season.
The Serie A champions , who are 10 points adrift of leaders Inter Milan, claim around £43.5m has been lost due to the impact of coronavirus.
Clubs across Europe are announcing financial losses this season due to the pandemic and Juventus, one of the biggest clubs in Italy , are no different.
Clubs that have announced losses due to the pandemic include Manchester united and Arsenal .