Chelsea will reportedly offer both Oscar and Juan Cuadrado to Juventus in a bid to land Paul Pogba.
The Blues pipped Manchester United to the £21m signing of Barcelona star Pedro yesterday and are ready to keep spending.
The Daily Express claims that Everton defender John Stones and Juve midfielder Pogba are the Premier League champions’ top targets.
And although Jose Mourinho refuses to go over £60m for the Frenchman, he would be willing to give the Old Lady two players in exchange.
Cuadrado has flopped since making a £23.3m move to Stamford Bridge from Fiorentina in January and has been tipped to return to Italy.
Mourinho would be more reluctant to lose Oscar, who has scored 31 goals and contributed as many assists in 154 appearances for Chelsea.
But he feels that the prize of Pogba, who has been linked with Manchester City, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain, would be worth the sacrifice.
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