Some Spurs fans have laughed off suggestions that Juventus are trying to sign Tanguy Ndombele by offering Tottenham Hotspur a couple of their fringe players in exchange.
Football.London’s Alasdair Gold revealed recently that Ndombele is not one of the players Spurs are looking to cash-in on this summer but he did hint that the club’s stance might change if they receive a substantial offer.
The speculation linking the midfielder with an exit from Spurs is showing no signs of slowing down, with Juventus the most recent club to be linked with a move for the 23-year-old.
Calcio Mercato reported last Thursday that Juventus are keen on Ndombele but are unlikely to be meet Tottenham’s asking price for the midfielder.
They claimed that the Serie A champions could be looking to propose a part-exchange deal to Tottenham, with Federico Bernardeschi and Douglas Costa suggested as the most likely players to be offered to the North Londoners.
However, some Spurs fans are adamant that neither Bernardeschi nor Coasta would improve the side and insisted that the Lilywhites should only consider letting Ndombele leave if Juve were willing to offer Paulo Dybala.
Ronaldo or Dybala please. Or nothing .
— JaiP (@JaiP72) September 4, 2020
None of those Juve players is what we need… give us Dybala and there’s a deal to made.
— Stelios Triteos (@STriteos) September 4, 2020
Thats like us going for De Ligt and offering Lamela ffs
— Carti Kane (@DDouble_Yoouuu) September 4, 2020
We don’t need their remnants. They’ve been adding those two to any deal going ?
— ap (@otheranthony) September 4, 2020
Both players plus £50 mil and we may think about it
— jonathan hillier (@jonathanhillie6) September 4, 2020
Dybala or no one
— 😈 / Dier Propaganda (@sacramentoszn) September 4, 2020
The only swap we’d be interested in is if Dybala is heading to N17
— Rg_nald_SA (@Rg_nald_SA) September 4, 2020
Dybala/De Ligt or goodbye
— Kanser?? (@kanspurs) September 4, 2020
If we end up offering one of the best technically gifted players in the league for an Italian version of Lamela I’ll lose it
— sonaldo nazario (@0Yiddo2) September 4, 2020
Dybala or no deal
— S w A Y a m #FreeZaniolo (@swayamwijn) September 4, 2020
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We do not appear to have any chances of signing Dybala this summer. Even though it seems like Juve might be willing to cash-in on him, the 26-year-old’s price would have likely gone up on the back of the impressive season that he has had. However, I suspect that Dybala will eventually end up agreeing on a new contract in Turin and that Juve’s rumoured attempts to sell him is merely a tactic to get the Argentine to lower his wage demands.
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