One of the main topics of discussion among Chelsea fans during the summer transfer window related to the future of Eden Hazard.
The Belgian international seems to be linked with a move to one of the Spanish big boys every year.
Once again, though, the attack-minded star opted to stay put and remains the club’s best player.
A certain Argentina international is capable of playing in Hazard’s position, but can also play up front.
Paulo Dybala has been at Juventus since 2015 when he signed from Palermo and has gone on to score 68 goals for the Italian giants.
Even though it is early days in the domestic season, the 24-year-old has started just one of Juve’s three Serie A matches.
There is nothing to say that Dybala will not be used more regularly as the campaign progresses, but if the attacker is set for a part-time role, questions may be asked about his future.
With the January transfer window ahead, should Chelsea consider making a move?