Chelsea could miss out on signing Paulo Dybala as he is determined to continue with Roma next season.
The 29-year-old joined the Giallorossi on a free transfer from Juventus last summer. He had a fine debut season with 18 goals and eight assists across all competitions.Chelsea are one of the clubs keen on signing him after his superb campaign. It has been reported that he has a foreign release clause of just £10m in his contract.
The Blues are willing to hand him a lucrative salary, but Calciomercato claim that Dybala is most likely to continue with the Serie A giants next season.
The World Cup winner is prepared to accept a pay-rise with the Giallorossi in the coming weeks rather than pushing for a move abroad in the back end of his career.
Dybala is very happy with his playing time under manager Jose Mourinho. With the Portuguese still at the helm, the attacker has no qualms about staying put.