While Tottenham had a pretty productive transfer window managing to sign the likes of Tanguy Ndombele and Giovani Lo Celso, there was some disappointment among Spurs fans on deadline day as a late move by the club for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala fell through.
The Independent reported a few weeks ago that Tottenham came really close to getting the deal over the line but it fell through, in the end, owing to complications with the Argentine international’s image rights, which was owned by a third party.
The report also claimed that French giants Paris Saint-Germain informed Juventus that they would be bidding for Dybala which further complicated the sale to Spurs.
However, it looks like Spurs might still have the opportunity to return for the 25-year-old in January as Italian transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio has now claimed that PSG hasn’t yet made an approach for Dybala.
Di Marzio claims that the forward is set to stay at Turin with no signals of an approach from the French Champions.
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Looking at Juve’s willingness to get Dybala off their wage bill, he could still leave before the close of the European transfer window. If he does end up staying, however, then there is no reason why Spurs shouldn’t return for him in January given how close they came to getting the deal over the line this summer.
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