Chelsea boss eyeing two more attacking players
Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino is reportedly keen on signing two more attacking players this summer.
The Blues have already recruited Nicolas Jackson and Christopher Nkunku to bolster their attack during the transfer window.
Pochettino is still eyeing more quality in the squad, and he has urged the hierarchy to make two more attacking additions.
Roma's Paulo Dybala is one of the names on his radar. Pochettino tried to sign the Argentine for Tottenham four years ago.
Meanwhile, Juventus' Dusan Vlahovic is considered as the other target. The Serbian is open to parting ways with his club.
Dybala could be available for a low foreign release clause of £10 million, but he may need to be convinced over a move.
Vlahovic, on the other hand, is open to making the switch to west London, but the Bianconeri are set to demand £69 million.
The Blues are willing to invest on the duo, but the primary focus is on offloading Romelu Lukaku to lower their wage bill.