Tottenham Hotspur have turned down the chance to move for Paulo Dybala, stated by Italian outlet Calciomercato.
The Juventus and Argentina forward has been connected with a takeoff from the Turin goliath this season and various clubs crosswise over Europe arereportedly interested in his signature- yet not Spurs, it appears.
Paris Saint-Germain , Bayern Munich and Manchester United are believed to have eyes sets on Dybala, as are Liverpool, with Tuttomercatoweb stating in March that the Reds have a “serious” interest in the Albiceleste star.
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But, Calciomercato has stated that Tottenham, along with fellow Premier League side Manchester City, have not thrown their names into the hat for La Joya, who flaunts a great record of 78 goals and 30 assists in 182 Juve appearances, according to Transfermarkt.
Dybala – As stated in the Daily Mail is valued between £70million and £90million – endured a tricky campaign in 2018-19, his form taking a dip partly due to what Calciomercato deemed a “delicate” situation with previous Bianconeri head coach Massimiliano Allegri, who has been replaced by Maurizio Sarri.
Spurs as of late signed Tanguy Ndombele for a revealed club-record £60million (Metro), just as Jack Clarke for an announced £8.5million (talkSPORT), and are accepted to close to a £45million move for Real Betis ace Giovani Lo Celso (The Sun).