Dybala’s brother appears to hit out as unrest surrounding star continues

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Dom Le Roy

It seems like an age ago, but Tottenham Hotspur certainly raised a few eyebrows in the summer transfer window when they went in big for Juve star Paulo Dybala.

Tottenham had a £64.4m bid for the Argentine attacker accepted and it looked as if he may join his fellow countryman Mauricio Pochettino in North London (Sky Sports).

However, Spurs were unable to get the deal over the line in time to beat the Premier League transfer deadline, leaving Dybala at Juve (Independent).

The Argentine stayed put beyond the September 2 deadline for European deadlines too, meaning he will remain at the Italian giants until at least January.

HITC claim that the forward has played just 14 minutes in Serie A this season, with Football London suggesting that Spurs may go back in for him in January.

It seems the unrest at Juve continues, as Tuttosport have reported that Dybala’s brother, Gustavo, took to Twitter this week as the club struggled in a 0-0 draw with Fiorentina.

With his brother not involved, Gustavo said: ‘The violin cannot play beautiful music if it’s missing a string.’

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